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BEACH SUN-NEWS 



PUBUSHEO TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 




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URGEST mum 

SEW-WEEILT 



Volume XXXVm, No. 93 



TtLIPHONf GA 8.2^! 



VIRGHMIA BEACH, VHK5INIA, TUESDAY, DKEMBER 3, 1963 



6 Pagm 



SINGLE COPY: 5c. BY AAAIL $6.00 PER YWk 



HEART COURSE SET 
FOR LOCAL DOCTORS 

VIRGINU teACH — A tetm heilUi a^ncy." ti» coam wHl be 
<rf docton under 0^ spiiuei^p given to bmise doctors and nunef 
<rf the Tidewater Heart Aisocia- for 4he Virginia Beat* Genmd 



^n, will conduct a tadning 
^xurm to doctors ami mmw 
lUdty in (lie dranu^c techiiiqui^ 
«f Imrt4uiig rewa^teUon. 

Deacrlbed as l»tng potentiaify 
*^» rooil direct infhience on 
uvmg Utos oI ai^ educatiowd 
fff«t ever s{KHi«)red ^ this 



Shiirs Depart 
For Exercises 



uno; oi^^ — Six ^^ 

©f the Atlantic Fleet Amphttrfait 
f^JTce will <te^t Nor! dk Tues- 
day, I^. 3, to coiKhK* landing 
> ccercises in the C^ihbeaa. 

Hie training is dMigned to 
aulntain the combi^ effidmicy 
•i^ rauUnes of the iNavy- Mar- 
bm Corps amiMiious striking 
fcrce. 

Captain D. B. Samage, Com- 
tnamter Ami^bioiii Squadron 
Eight, will direct the training 
from hft flagship, the attack 
fran^rt USS Monrovia. The 
aquadron wiU stop at Mor^iead 
City, N.C., to enAark 1800 ^^oops 
of the Third Battalion, Eighth 
Marines, under ccwraand of 
liie^utenani CgI(^ DavUI 
towiids, who wm ©imprise the 
Mar^ Landing Tom. 

Other 8hl{» participating are 
aie uttack transpoit Ims Roek* 
^ liridge, irttadr <Mfo |hlp VS6 
^^. iMLlmdlBg ah^ wm 
fWtawffe, tank lamtog i*ip U9g 
tie Soto County and U^ speed 
tomaport USS Uddle. 

I^tactoents from Uuierwi^ar 
l>eowUti(»i Tti&i 22, Tactical Air 
0»)^ Squafttn n, AwHiM 
Craft Unit Two. Beattena^er Unit 
fwo, Am^Sbims Constoiction 
Battalion Twi uiA l^co^ UtU- 
tty Squadnm four <wU be eoAark- 
ed in the Force AijM, i 

The wjuadron is sdmdu^ to 
fetom to 'Norfolk in late Pebru- 
«y. . 



Veterans Official 
Here Next Week 

By: Tliomas A. Moore, Ar«i 
Director, Division of War Veter- 
ans' Claims, Conunonvraslfli ei 
Vk^a^ Suite !218, Prof^aonal 
Alto Building, Norfolk 10, Vii^ 
ia, at 142 West York Street. 

Veterans Administration hoipi- 
tolizstion is availaMe to veteran* 
iwbo have a non-compens^^ dis- 
ability incurred during p^iee^ 
toe, but only for tcesAnnetit of 
tibat disability. T^ term "non- 
empffiistfU^" means a duabU^ 
nited rt le« than 10%. Peac^ 
time veterana r^«d ai, 10% or 
in<n« ve el^le for lioqiitaUza- 
tioB for co»iitions lK>tfi servi<%> 
connected and n(rt servicfrctmnec- 
led. 

A pon^ime veteran wtth mt- 
vice<onnected dental con<M(nia 
.edarting wton dkehar^ from 
•ervioe may be autiiorised VA 
desftd ti^tdent for a one time 
con«(4ion, intmded he ap^es 
wittin one yas ater separa^n 
kom wMve <kity. 

Please visit my of^e on any 
^^m <ff problems raiding ben- 
e^ for ^tsans and tii^ rnrvi* 
vara. 

Ibari<% J. Hunger, my associ- 
ate, vMts tiie i^an B. ^lepaitl 
Ocnvi^i^n Ce^er, IM3 9b^ 
and PacbQc Avenue, on the sec- 
<Kid and f oiutti Hmndi^ of eush 
ttoi^, b^ween the hom» of 
T^xm bM 4 PAL 



Hospital 

The 4iospkal will be the fi»t 
of ten in iin Tidewater area to 
be given ^e eoune, 

Th technique was introduced 
formally in Ti^tewater earlier Qua 
year in a joint program spon^ired 
by tile heart anod^ton and the 
South Hfunpten Ro»ls Defense 
Council. 

' Withwit any furU^- pi*licity, 
i^u^ts bepui ccmdng in at a 
i^acty pace from induiMrlal lead- 
en, ned^i ii^itutions, police, 
fire ai^ emergem^ woMs. 

Already anm t^ 79' «ich re- 
<p4^i ^^ been re^v^, K}me 
im as many m 16 s^arate ses- 
ti<MM. As a result, the TidewMer 
Heart A^ociation Board of Dir- 
ection crated a new standli^ 
committoe, tlw Cardio-Pulmonary 
Resiiscit«ti<m CoomJtee. 

Dr. Miert V. Crosby, prime 
mover in the ori^iud program, 
has i^pEced te serve u its dudr- 
iMUi, iMeen doctors have vol- 
u^nfed to do the teaching. Seve; 
ral major equipnwnt items have 
been acquired, ateng with a num- 
ber of printed teadiing aids. 

Il l ■ II I I i ln ii I I I , I I I I . 

McAndrews Is 
Junler Civitan 
LL Gevemor 

LYHNHA^IN -- Ridiard Me» 
A«lr«ws'>ras ins^bd as lleuHto* 
ant governor of Juni<a' Civitaof 
of t£js zone in c«emdni« b^ 
test week at Princess Anne Ifigh 
School. 



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W. Cupent, past lientenant gov- 
&ax oi QMape^K District of 
Civitan InteriurtioiHd. 

A]^ asswnb^ duties were (^^ 
foQovdng i»w offteen of tiw 
Brinoeas Anne High School Junior 
Civttans: McAndrews, presdent; 
Kathy Huggim, vice presidezA; 
Bartiara &iley, secretary; and Vk 
Gra^n*, trei»irer. 

The new officera in turn in- 
iftaUed mw nKmben m a «p&M 
eaa^ei^^ ceranony. 

New m^nlbera hidude Pat 
Bums, Larry Brock, Irvin Bush, 
Patt:b^ t^etta, Debby Ford, 
Luiy Ga^, Suzi Hcdknd, Janice 
Jo^^, CkAUe Lang, tRosonary 
Lugo, Cy^ia McFhenon, Wayii« 
Mafton, Linda ISiars, H«old Slead, 
BJUy M^de, Dee Midfett, An^ 
Mokxiovitch, Bob Palombo, Carol 
Pwjison, Roger Peacock Rodney 
I^nii^^m, Mike Petxak<», Bob 
Reed, TM SpaukUng, ^cky S|»r- 
gos, Geottny Taylor and WiDiam 
Adfley. 

Due to the death of President 
Itennedy, the usml party ^M fol- 
lows this ceremony of officii 
and n^m^en was poAponed to 
a hter <tote, wliich will be set Iqr 
the new offi<%n. 

Elks Lodge Will 
Distribate Food 

VIRGINIA BEACH — More 
than 100 food boxes wUl be given 
to needy fiunilies this y^cr 
throu^ the fSks' 19th Annual 
Chrirtmas Fund. 

l%e boxes will be dirtrQ>tUed at 
tiie Elks Home, ;1805 Atlantic 
Avenue, at 2 p.m. Dec. 23. A do- 
nation of $1.00 wiU entMe «ty 
person to attend &e l^lvittes 
ami to sl»a% in tiie maity pis- 
mires of gMi%. 

"Our €9utitoias Fimd is a.vHal 
part of our diarity work to pro- 
vide Christaias joey lor those 1^0 
otlmiivMe vniuld be denied thess 
pleawm," says Ifenvy "Gnis»> 
py" ^tefd, ^Anan of the V&i 
cairistaras IteKl CoomWee. 

Cheeks dmikl be flM<te pasraMt 
to: Tr^tturer, ^^]^Bia Bmek 
Wss Lodge 226S. CtezrtrilMtimis 
m^ be inadr'it ite~ flseeOmt, 
Auttan dbd QittH^qF^ 
ra^ « lA ttK ^ks Ikmt 



GodwtR To 
Address C ef C 



VnGV^IA BEAOI — AH vn- 

tu^ and «»dltag evening ap- 
pMn to l^ ha itoe fnr t%oM ^ 
trading tht IMilnla Beach Cham- 
\m of CfSimamm Anniud Ban- 
quet tonighl at tt»,^^ Creek 
fiui. 

Hbe HoooMbte Mifis Godwin, 
Viifiiya Ucmtennt Governor, 
wtt be gdwft ^>«dter, hlghll^t- 
mg a propMnwWcfa chwnber 
of fid^ fxradM will hoM the par- 
ticipants speffimund. 

An aniJiMted, electronic dis- 
|tay, prepared fcH- use aU through 
the eastern UnUed States in pro- 
nK>ting Vii^la Beach will be 
shown for the first tlnw. 

In additi^ a model of V^ 
completed O^ Motor H<^ and 
Beach Qudb cwtiplex wiM be ex- 
hibited, t^re will be an dec- 
tronic nudel of the huge Sears 
store devel^Rnei^ and mo^U or 
arti^ r^^rtnp of oi many of 
t^ new bg^ttls, m<^)ds and ottor 
tmildingi ittm have begun em- 
stivctios Of we on the dnwing 
boards for Ite touiMdiate Mwe. 

Ac^^ties <irfi begin at 6 p.m. 
with ^ ftnldttit's reoeftion. 
Cocktelte, lm« d'oeuvres and mu^ 
sic 1^ ^ 4 C*j wM be suited. 
i'"oUowing dinner and program, 
tiie 4 C's w0 f^y for daiKing. 



Cer Vtetini's 
Cendition Is 
Kepi^N Peer 

VQRGO^ inUCH — twenty- 
«ie-ye«p«ld iteman J. Boggs 
of V^^nia fiMueb ws M poor 
condition at DdPaul H<^ttal 




Oiiel Warren and Chief Hill distribute flags to home room representatives. (Baldwin photo) 

DAM NECK UNIT PRESENTS 60 
FU6S TO KELUIM HIGH SCHOOL 



AMSIl — 



ear on Indian River Road Friday 

fH)Uoe gave Boggs' address as 
Route 4, Vir^nia Beach. He suf- 
fered a fraclured doill and frac- 
tured right ieg wkm he was hk 
by an immobile (kiven by Wil- 
llMi H. Eason, 47, of the 1700 
btock of 'IS^e Avenue, Clwsa- 
peake, p^oe «iid. 

Hie aoddent occurred about 5 
p.m. in the 5600 blo^ of Indian 
lUver RoKi, according to Patrol- 
man G. F. Roberts. 

RGdl>erts said fiaaen was charged 
with reclite^ drivii^, 



Friends School 
Group Attends 
Md. Seminar 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Four 
a^oribers of tiie Friends SdbodL 
fiKulty aiui two sUidents recently 
reamed from a tdu-ee day viaK 
to MtkiMn« Friends Sdiool. 

Tbe ti^&ers attended a sem- 
inar on the subject: "How Can 
tiie Sdiool iuive Relation^i^ 
with its Community which the 
ComuunUy finds Useful?" 

Attending were: Mrs. Joseph 
Deal, Mrs. Alan Ibrv^, Mrs. 
Frank Singer, and lira. Robert D. 
WiMn. 

Seventii gracten Cathy White- 
bur^ and B^y Bruee, vi^ed in 
Hm bomm of mveeA gra^ guls 
snA qpent two Aryi In Oie &dtt- 
nwre Rlwids Sdwol. TTiey werei 
cbowi by <the Vti^nia B«k& 
Fria^ Schod Af f^rtkm €^m- 
n^t^. This <»mmiittee is respon- 
^Ue for promote torai^ money 
to send iocd stodents to other 
Friraii SdyxAs. 

Imt ywr five studeiris ^lent a 
mtk^ Mimtai Friends School 
a^ i^ibi tUi ynr a grmtp wM 
tMt Oft I%iM^bn area. 

AA iniiiil^ iraa «f»^iMl 
best to i^e ite ntmri^ Ito- 
dMta as ^^^staaxfy to tell ttwr 
rtiiWM^ iiwitf Ihfir ^npffifflif 
md g ^ p^BBfl a in 
fUsMhidiooi 



PRINCESS 
Ameri<3in flap were presented 
recently to ttie Audents of KeUam 
Hi^ School by the U.S| Atlantic 
MMle Weapons Systems IVain- 
Aig Unit of Dem Neek. 

I^eUmi is ^ second acdiool in 
His area to receive tSie flj^ which 
w$re pupchaiid throu^ dona- 
ti^s tfsm^mmMMtm^ 

U-a^praseirta^lpit^. 
S. A. Mutin, ofAcer in ehaife, 
said the prelum was mltiitted to 

Nw Leipo To 

The fir^ meeting of the Rff- 
ents League of Virginia B^ch 
1^1 Sk^xA will be l»ld tomor- 
row evening at 8 p.m. in the 
school »iditoriunw 

the Leafue has been fomnd 
recently to gain better academic 
and schokstic fac^ties for Hie 
stodents; to work in harmaiy 
with the school administratiwi 
for the betterm^t of the educa- 
ti<m at the adiool; and to aaM 
the^dministration in sponsoring 
af^opriate social and extra cur- 
oicukr activities for the school 
^body. 

AU parei^ are ui|{ed to attend. 



Sixty further an awareness and f^ipre- %hools to receive flags thr(m^ 



ciation of the flag and What it 
standb for. ' | 

"It is because ^dents are at 
a formative age that the flag 
helps them to realize their rotes 
as future citizens," Cdr. Martin 
saki. 

Chief Fire Control Tecbnidans 
Gordon F. HiU and Wmlam S. 
Witrrai Hien dfitllBiited the'^^ 
to iMime ro<Mn representatives 
while tiie remainder of the stu- 
dent body wi^tehed and lii^ned 
to patriotic %le(^ons pla^ by 
tlie school band. 

Kellam end Princess Anne 
High Schools have been tiie only 



Plaza Store Is 
Robbery Yictin 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Safe- 
crackers made off with $1,500 
from the Princess Anne Plaza 
Colonial Store safe early Friday. 

Police said the yeggs entered 
tiie store through the roof and 
looted the safe by chiseling 
through the back. 

The robbery was discovered at 
4:45 ajn. Friday by a Store em- 
ploye. 



the program so far, but the Daiii 
Neck unit is making conUct with 
other schools in Tidewater to de- 
termine where the need for class- 
room flags exists. 

The unit plans to continue its 
school fli^ program and wdcomes 
tiie support of other groups 111^ 
are interested in carrying it out. 

Women Voters To 
Hear Oty^f f icial 

VIRGIMA BEACH — V. A. 

IHheridge, dty treaairer, will 
^>eak on state fiscal polictes at a 
>olnt lunchebn of all Norfolk 
League of Women Voter units 
Friday at the YWCA, 'Freemason 
Street, Norfdk. 

For information regarding re- 
servations and transportation, con- 
tect Mrs. R. H. Fisher at 341-1348. 

At the Virginia Beach Unit 
meeting last Tuesday, fiscal poli- 
cies discus^ included ^te ass^s- 
ment and t)orrowing and a sUte- 
wide sales tax. 

The ^oup also heard the Parks 
and Recreation Department report 
from tiie "Know Your City Gov- 
ernment" study, which is being 
conducted by the unit. 



City Studies 
Dredge Plan 

Virginia beach— a city-operated dredging proj«rt to 
keep the Lynnhaven inlet channel open to fishing and pleasure 
boats, has been proposed by Lyniriiaven Councilman J»nes Dar^n. 
Darden's suggestion, made informally to City Council last week, 
includes the purchase of a 10-inch suction dredge which would also 
be used to widen drainage ditches 



for the city's proposed canal ^s- 
tem and to stockpile dredge ma- 
terial for highway and recreation- 
al construction. 

In recent years, tiie channel at 
Lynnhaven Inlet has silted up and 
has t)een reopened by the Army 
Corps of Engineers. 

Darden said the most recxnt 
Uockage of the entrance occurred 
late last summer. There k a large 
shifting sukd bar off the Lesner 
Bridge which has made it diffi- 
cult to keep the duumel open. 
Presumably the city (fredge, if 
acquired, would be used to reopen 
the channel whenever neected. 

"However,". Darden said, "such 
a dredge could be used through- 
out the dty." 

Darden estimated that the 



ing recreation marina and pubHe 
terminal for commercial fi^ui^ 
vessels, acquire all righte of way 
needed tor the channel constriic- 
tion and subsequent maintenaiwe, 
and assume responsiftiility for any 
damage caused by the projed to 
private property and shellfish 
grounds. 

ONLY SOLUTION 
"Hie inlet is now stopped up." 
Darden saki Friday, "and M kxrio 
like the project is two years a««y. 
The only solution I see now is to 
open up the inlet. If we don't ft 
will kill boating, I believe tins 
dredge would more than pay for 
itself.'' 

Darden's pn^>o«d vna made 
ihf^tttxMlly at tlw last dty councQ 
meeting. La^ Wednesday it was 



dredge and necessary pipes could | discussed by tiie Waterways Study 
be put into operation for about | Subconunitiee of the Vvto and 



$100,000. 

The plan develops! after tiw 
recent delay in the $1.5 millicm 
federal dr^i^g projed for the 
Lynnhaven. This ws^ autiiOTized 
in the federal Rivers and Hartwis 
Act of 1962 but was not bu(^et- 
ed by the Aimy Corps of Engin- 
eers in the 1963 Appropriations 
a(^ because of the auipaoted pr»- 
leiKe of tiie oystM* cBw ww c , lliX, 
in tiie Lynnhaven. 

MSX, »ccordi^ to a recent 
study, is no I<m^ a gignifi|Mint 
factor. 

BiNEPITS CONSIDERfD 

The Anhy Engineers, in weir- 
ing the dredging projeoU, com- 
pare the cost ot tiie woik with 
the probable economic benefits 
from the imprpvement. In the 
Lynnhaven project, potential in- 
(Kxme from the Lyniduiven o^pter 
industry was a si^dficant factor 
In calculating the likely benefits. 

Under the federal plan,^ Vir- 
ginia Beach would pay 15 per 
cent of the estimated 1203,000 
dredging cost, have firm plans to 
Imild a large public ^;>orts fish- 




es wxk^ insteU pc^ f« new tialfic U^ts on Laskin Rc^id. 



New Lights 
Expected To 
Ease Traffic 



VIRGmA BEACH — New 
traffic lights on Laskin Road at 
Oriole Drive are expected to de- 
crease traffic hazards at the inter- 
section without causing unneces- 
sary delays for tiu-ough traffk:. 
Safety Chief Reeves Johnson said 
Monday. 

Poles for the traffic lights were 
installed last week and the cky 
is in the process of putting in 
hidden magnetic detectors which 
wiU contrd the ligMs. 

Jolmson deKJribes the <tetedors 
as a "semi-actuatftd control" 
which won't ^op traffic on Las- 
kin Road until tuniing traffic 
from Oriote Dp^ mak^ A nec- 
essary, f "^ 

llie ma^Mol doctors are to 
be placed ifider the surfa<x of 
the roadbed.^he said. 

Tlw traffic li^ts wiH ^d to 
the c(mvenience of ^lomiwri en- 
teing or leaving the «iK^ping 
center at tiie northea^ cmMr of 
the intersection. 

JlMmsm said he hoped tiie 
Ughts wmiM be in operation by 
the eiKi of tte week. 



Wage Reports 
Concern S.S. 

VIRGfNIA BEACH — The So- 
dal Security A<taninistration is ex- 
tremety concerned about consis- 
tent erroneous reporting of em- 
pUnyee wag^ by some employers. 
A cumulative record of incorrect 
r^xirts is bdng maii^ained 1^ 
the Division of Accounting Oper- 
ations in Baltimore, Maryland on 
1500 empk^ers whose reportii^ 
is consistentiy in error, libny of 
these onptoyers are in Virginia 
Beach and the adjacent area ser- 
viced by the Norfott Di^riot Of- 
fice. I^e main errors on tbe wage 
reports are incorred and nv^ing 
social security nuoibera. 

Whenever a new employee is 
hired, the em^&ofyer ^ould se- 
cure his social security numt}er 
at that time from His social se- 
curity card. If the enyloyee does- 
not t»ve a sodai security number, 
he m^ obtain one by 'Meriting the 
sodal securky office at 220 W. 
Brambleton Ave. Nrafolk, Va., 
/and addng for an application or 
by contacting his iwar^ Po£^ 
Office. 

April 1445 Set 
By Bridge-Tunnel 

BAYSIDE — The Chesapeake 
Bay Bri<^Tunnel will oAebrsA^ 
opening day exercises Aprtt l4 
and IS, it lus b^n announcd. 

OriginaUy expected to open for 
traffic in late 1963, tiie (^ning 
has been rescheduled due to time 
lost in coMtructicMi b^:aiMe of 
stonns and labor troubles. 



Recreation Commitiee. ^^u^ 
Dorer is diannan of the »tbcom- 
mittee, and Maury Rlganto is 
chairman of tbe committee, ll^ 
proposal will be studied by the 
full committee aiid, if acc^ted, 
be presented formafiy to tiie City 
Council. 

Darden saki the dty would c«^ 
time to press for luteal aid m 
the LymUiaveii projed. 

VEPCO IneoM 
Shows Increase 

RiCHMOl® — Operetiag r«v- 
exMies for October of f 17,7fijK 
and a net incovne f ot &» o^^ 
of 93,023,000 were r^^cal«| 
Hiuraday by A. H. McOoirell, ^., 
presktent of the Virginia ^aAu 
and Pow»' Company. 

(iterating revenues for ^e 
twdve moirths en^ng Oetdber 31, 
1963, totsded $196,674,000 awl net 
income amounted to 1^,6104)00. 
During the same period lot year, 
operating revenues were 
$183,4^000 and net inc«ne was 
$37,595,000. Opoatii^ rm»iHes 
for October 1962 were $15,0424K)e 
and net inc(Hne was ^,8^,0(X). 

Per share catlings on the com- 
pany's common stock for tiie 
twelve montte adjusted to refled 
the Stock ^lit <3 sdiares for 2 
shares) effected last April, 
amount to $1.58 this year com- 
I»red to $1.54 last year, based on 
22,370 sirares outstanding. 

McOow^ saki Vepco gained 
26,200 new customers during the 
pi»t twelve monti» — ^23,700 etec- 
tric and 2,^)0 gas. The com{»ny 
now has approximately 830,000 
etectrk and 110,000 gas cu^om- 
ers.. 

Vepco spent $69.9 oaillioii of 
its 1963 coi^rudion budget of 
$89 million during the fii^ ten 
montiis of tiis year. Major ex- 
penditures induded coiUinuatkm 
of construction of a fiftii untt ft 
Che^erfieiki Power l^ntion and 
the Mt. ^nn mine-nMutii station 
in the WessA Virginia coal fields. 

Youg Denoorati 
Postpoie DaKe 

VlRGfi«IA BEACH — Due to 
the natk>nal period of mounu^ 
following the death of Pr^MMft 
Kennedy, the Young Denwcrate 
Club has announced the po^pcrie- 
ment of its dance schedule this 
Friday at tte Alan B. Sbepird 
Civic Center. 

President Sonqy CuIvKfrnne 
said Bfonday tiie dantt 1ms bcM 
re-»^ieduled for Januaiy 17. Tic- 
kets for the earlier date wfi re" 
main valid and will be hcmorad 
w4ien the <kuK» is bcM in Jto- 
uaiy. 



Virginia Beach SUN-NFWS Tuesday, December 3, 1963 
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ENGAGEMENTS 



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TGCN TOPICS . . • LMgt & t^>er 

Asst Hmm ^taiopsan^Ml Ap«i 

you h1^ a Christmas dance coming up. Ma^ you 
Iir9 goti^ to a {Mrty ovor the apprtmchii^ holidays. 

ft^pnft^s of just what ^u will be doing, thoughts of the 
hoitdajt for younp p^^le often bring thcHights on what to wear for 
the special occasiCms ahead. 

Whether you are in the mait^ for either 
"spicing up" an outfit you already have or are 
planning to get something new, the principles erf 
selecting, naaking, or reowdeling a garmwat that 
i$ flastering tw jkw rettialn the swne. ^ore you 
buy •nythii^, stack up y<»r eurreM wardiobe and 
j>a-ha|» that "hootd hx" aHw dreie ^j^uiut tiiesc 
ideas. They are designed to help in planning any 
wardrobe item — for any occasion. 

This trick can literally make your wardrobe. 
Suit the col« to your personality and figure type. 
.Slim girls (to w«ll exploring brilliant w l^t col- 
<l|B. Larfer giiis lo<A b^ter in neufraJ oc daA 
colors. 

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If your good sense tells you that low-key (dark) colors are for 
i?"',5"*Z^*?°'"^ splashy, bright colors— remember! your costume 

V^^ V^ ^ ''"^*** ^"^' * headband, a flower or jewelry. 
^^ Cokw matehing and <xrfor cotwdinating are part of *asic waid- 
ro*ie ifiapc. If you keep your arfars down to two or Aree ywi'U 
get moie mterehangcabiJity of items and accessories. 

«wi«nrt»er, too— the fewer biwic colors you select, the create 
the \^riety of outfits. It's not as limiting as it sounds. Every day vwi 
^Jwl new tarn or shades oC any color. Just selwt odfe "Ame 

Carehilly coMider all three of the basic fashion sUhouette^ 
Jeato, full and fkred— and determine which ore does the most 
te yew. "^ "*"*' 

1.^^^ well-^^rtiooed girls can wear any of Aese three. But 
' Jprt^'s can wittom carry tte bulky look, the full skirt. As a rale 
thm goto should stay away from sheaths, but a strairin line usag a 
pleated skm is a perfect solutkw. And a gattd skirt fa a wondSful 
©ompitwiw fw almwt any figur^-taU, tiiia, heavy, short Make 
me shape you cho<Me work for you. Pick one tfmt complements your 
figure and stick with it. Patterns can influence the appeara«i oC 
yw siUioueUe, too. Horizontal lines are tecUned to Iharten and 
widen tiie fi^. ymkal lin^ make the figure talte". Big spectacu- 
lar prmte and plaids are for taU giris only. If yoU're anall drheavy, 
stick with small patterns. Fabrfcs atao help influence your appear- 
aace. A slim girl can cre^e the illusion of fullness wlft thick Hil^ 
labnc and large gu-ls should select flat, smooth fabric. 

If jrai'ie taU and very slim, splurge on the mo^ beautiful belt 
you <^ find to accent your willowy waist. Acceait it even more wWi 
a iMlIy full skirt. 

_ A smart selection of t<^ and bottoms wiU take you many 

^^^' SL***"® ^ ^^^ ***" * *^' ^^^ ^«« " «it is the 
perfect look. "* 

^ U ywtf budget requires ym to wear Ae san^ dress to several 
affairs, an exceltent choice is a jadcetJdress. 

K you can't tell from an invitatfen just how dr^sy M occasion 
is to b^, tlw jacket dress can save you, because H is two deferent 
outfits — one mook dr^sy ftan flie oti^r. 

A^ of cour^, you'U want a drraJMip dre» &» special oaa- 

SiOQS. • * 

M(^ girls need at least one suit It's a good dioice for iirter- 
vicws w^ wospective employers, or wift &Mt§b adnksioos peeplc, 
tor your job, for daytinw (fcwntown atturs of many kawfe— and 

travelmg. 

And remember with each of these basic ftree. the rkht choice 
of accessories wttl dma k *Mp or down" for just ihe ri^ look. 

«,£vetyone expecte jreu to be prepared for the big. predictable 
occasions, the big dances, the big game^ Ac b« job iatwview. the 
Dig reunion weekend . 

But it talas a little mwe magic to show lu) beautifully turned 
out for the unexp^^^ event. 

Here's the magic. These unexpected e¥^ts are not umwe- 
Jtjable at al . In f«:t, they usually are prcdiotrf>le. It's just that most 
m> don t take tfie trouble to think ahead and plai for them. 

War example, it's not lard to know that tf the t«»m wins tto 
^^* ^S^** wiH get up a ^XHMa^ous victory damx: In June 
a W^«urp*ie en^geteertt showers are h^ly predictable. Surprise 
job mterwews are bouihl to happen. Even blind dates are sometimes 
fo^iottbte. 

T^ ttiek is to te {wepeti^. 

J^ m tt go«. PrKlict the events that surprise most peoi^, 
h^m^i h^pOL Pr^are for them and let the others call it intui- 
tiM m wifc*waft or whatever th^ wai«. Just smile a little and 
•cw^ te «M^pUmcMs as mocte^ly as possible. 

So, r^wlfc^ «rf what occasions you will be dr«ffiing for, th»e 
t^ stolid help both over the holidays and jiar-iound too. One 
^*'1^—tf y«i can hold oft tm your clothing purchases until the 

dristmM satai" yott can really get Kxm bargains. Have ftin 




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MID ^ ELLIS 

VM%«aA mM^t^— Judge 
ani Ibi, Htt&tm te^fteed, ft. 
of l^i^e, l^i^a Bm^, m- 
noonee ttie ei^^n^ of tMr 
dwglM Itete Aane Reed to 
Lt <jj.) ^mmm S^y EIIh, DI, 
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
SdHby Mis, Jr. of Good^n^d 
lload, Virginia Beach. 

Mm Reed \ras graduated from 
Gountry Day Schod at Virginia 
Beach, attended Bandog Macon 
Wfflnan's College for two years 
and is now enrolled M the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. She has 
pledged Delta Delta DeMa Soror- 
ity. Mis Reed m^Je her debut at 
the Norfolk German Olub in 1962. 

lA. laiis was graduated from 
Greenwich School in Greenwich, 
Cdnn«*ticut and from ftint^ton 
University in 1981. He is a Naval 
Aviator st^oned at Oceana Air 
Nation. 

No date has been set for the 
weddii^. 



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Avalon Terrace 
Club Sponsors 
Yule Project 

AVMX>N TE51RACE — The 
November meeting of the Avrion 
Ten-are Garden Club was held 
recently at the home of Jtos. H. L. 
Durham. 

Horticulture chMiman Mrs. W. 
N. Williamson gave a report on 
the propagation of ctaysantbe- 
anims. 

Speaker for the evening was 
Mra. E. T. McInaUy wh<se topic 
was Wood Paneling. 

Members attended a session on 
Ctaistmas arrangements presented^ 
by Mrs. W. O. Stokes and spon- 
»r€d by the Westview Garden 
Club. 

Itesidents of Avalon Terrace 
are invited to participate in a 
Christina Doorway decorMing 
contest. Judging will be done on 
the morning of December 23 and 
a cash priie will be awarded the 
parson receiving first plac*. 

Judges from Carolane Farms 
Garden Club awarded ribbons for 
artistic arrangeuMnts to the f* 
lowing: lArs.' 1. C. Hicks, filue- 
Mrs. W. N. Williamson. Mrs.'W. 
M. Shevock and Mrs. H. P. Cobb 
red. 

Horticulture ribbons were given 
to Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. Shevock. 

Garden Club To 



Iffliboiis SNu 
Garten Clubbers 

MMiBU — The Novert>» 
me^ag of tt» MidttM Cku^n 
<aib was held recentty at the 
home of Mrs. C. A. Clayton, Edin- 
bui^ |)rive in Malibu. Co-ho^is 
was Mrs. T. fi. Semans. 

Mrs. H. 0. Fryman, guci^ 
speater, demonstrated aiMl 1k- 
tured on the "DeBa HUMM 
Wreath". She stated that the bert 
things to work with for the back- 
ground was Ivy, and then io 
decorate Ute wreatii wtth freMi 
fruits and nuts. 

Than ksgi vii^ trraag^nents 
were ^dged by the "nBlta Gs&th 
Chib. 

RiM>on winnen vmse m the 
Arran^ments Obw: Mra. A. K. 
I^er«n, iMrs. D. & WiggiiB, and 
Mrs. H. T. WfflitoHon. 

Horticultore wiimers were Ift*. 
Pederson, Mrs. C. H. No^ Md 
Mrs. W. E. SmUey. | 

liew mendbera welcomed le tiie 
club were Mrs. H. T. WMamsm 
and Mrs. Christine Ansell. 

Tix December Meeting wiU be 
hdd on the Itth of Oeoenb^ at 
8 pjn. at the home <rf Mrs. A. B. 
Treakle, Ektiirtwrgh Court 

Gu^ speaker vM be Mrs. S. 
G. Ireland on "Christmas Door- 
ways". 

At this time members do^os 
for year book covers wM iiso be 
judged. 



Personal Menlbn 



Ashby Taylor, son of Mrs. A. 
Brooke Taykw, spent the Ihaidta- 
0.ving holiday at his hmm m 173 
Pinewood Road, Virginia iSeadi. 
He is a student at Ui^versMy of 
Virginia. 

The Misses Claudy and Ha^l 
Tucker returned to Wiliianyburg 
Sunday after q^endiiv Uk 
Thanksgiving holidays wMi their 
parents Mr. airf |Ir». Jite T^k- 
er, 921 24th «reet. Cb^ is a 
ssnipr and Ha^l a K^^MKjre at 
the Collegf of WilliMn mi Mary. 



New HeritJife 
Club Opening 

come tA Nwfelk ani tl^ Tide- 
wlMR- xm t^pMft^ '$m M &e 
Iftfli centuiy tradition M em- 
ta«e^ Witt Hm opeui^ of Oe 
li^vMkgft (Ml m Ti dewter Wm. 

The new Heritage Otrb is lo- 
<^ed «t €63S Tktewitor IMve 
and it talK lb uum from tte 
paf® of hiMoiy. K^ rmmm mmB 
frott ^ "Hsritage Parties" of 
tt» it^filtett/Qt cendny when d«r- 
Im ^nhn wQttld travel ihe 
eMu^iide daring the wilds and 
h^ik^s and ottier haairds of <be 
^. Hie parties liien were for 
pnyir to bless the nigfed travid- 
«8, «id the gatherings became 
known as "Heritage Parties." 

TIh^ the new Heritage Club 
has been efltibUshed so that 
nei^ibcirs and friends may pther 
and be togetlMir. The dub is de- 
^»d as a meeting plaoe for 
fitofiib, a '^heritage" of i*oodwill, 
a imvmt of fun and idDecwfty. 

Itie HMMage Club will offer 
dances each Saturday ni|^ and 
luiKh^ win be tanA e«d) wMk- 
^ awl dhoMn aigftUy with a 
snolpibord on Sunday evenhigs. 
Iflw dub , offen tKMMM for 
groups and private Mtfttet. Any- 
we d^iring ii (bout 

tt» chA magr tik fnfa-imi. 

OfiDeen o f jii d ub are R. L. 
Vim, St., MHiCbades Fol- 

tlHOiUkn, 
. . L. B. AdMna, tratMnr; 
9aaA S. P. Wmi^ mm^at. 
—t . ' 

CG.O.CJ. Is 0pm 
To Co&ge Grads 

WAafffflGTOM, D.C. — College 
gfiduat^ and eoOBgei Miles 
graduating in January 1964 may 
apfdy for the Coast Guard Offu^r 
Candidate S^ooi ^mt etaiCh^ 
F^ruary 9, 19^. 

Upon CMripletion of 17 weeks 
IsMng, gr^ailes «■ be eom- 
trimdeatA WrngB In ilbe US. 
OmA Guard Reserve. Ilio^ -vAm 
<|H«1^ ns^ fulfill their miltoxy 
dtiUgation throu^ ^m frogiimi. 

The Co^ Guard Offtear OUKtt- 
date School is at Che Ara^ve 
Traming Center in hist(Mic YcNrk'- 
iown, Virgima, on ^ Ymk iBi^m, 

For fuxth^ in^omwtion, wi^ 
Commanda^ i*TP-2), U.S. Coast 
Guar4 Washini^on, D.C, 202^ 




^iNIA BEACH - Jwoe|i , 
H«i«i^Vit|^nia BeaCh Ibrist, i 
fiiylaytd a coltadion of florili 
OKrMtmM an-angenMAt*. M Qm 
moDttily hudieon mMtii^ of Om 
Tidewater A^>ciation of H<Hne 
DuBders Woman's Ausfliary. 

Ite noting WM Md iMt 
^imk tA Ihe Cavstor YeeM and 
Gdf dub. 

The AsAs «f otmen ttt i» 
coimi^ y^ff was hitroduced i^ 
thte meettng. 

TlMy include: Mrs. H. A. Filer, 
in^drat; Mrs. B. Kroll, fM v^ 
president and h^orian; Mrs. R. 
Bforris, sea>ml vi(» ^esid^t; 
Mn. H. DoMin, mcm'^g wov^ 
tftiy; Mn, M. MonM^no, c^ree- 
ponding s^r^uy; ilN. &. &g- 
lander, ^bre^urer; and Mrs. 6, 
l^^an, pailtaaMnliram. 




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The Elizabeth River Shores 
Garden Qub wiU celebrate Christ; 
mas with a dinner party at Holi- 
day Inn. Mrs. R. W. Drake will 
show slides on tha Holiday. House 
which was the Christmas project 
of the Club last year. The Club 
won a blue ribbon in this year's 
Christmas Federalion Show. 
! The Club decorated a mantle 
to depict Santa in a pictore over 
the mirror travelling around the 
world. On the nantle was AlaAa 
with its igloos, eskimos, snow and 
reindeer, and on the other side 
was the SottthSeaswith its palm 
WK the Souto Seas vnth its paUn 
Cliairman was Mrs, W. M. New- 
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NORKX^K — The me0m 
Tldewiter 4iA Swwts wffl move 
its flffices fi^xn the tiui^ floor 

to the f ourtii floor of th» New 
Monroe Buildiiig on Decanber 1, 
ann<NUM»d Mrs. Harry Ifim^Mtdi, 
Ptemdeirt of the CouiwU. Tfcte 
move wHl provide additionii a^ 
quate w^xe as the Vir^nla Tide- 
wi^r Girl ScmU and ^^c^i^ 
Tri-C«inty Giii Scouts coi«)Mete 
to form the Gill Sranit ^wndl 
of Greater Tidewater, January 1, 
1964. 

Business will go on as uwal 
for tte Giri Scouts on Monday, 
Dec&ni)N 2 on tlw fourth floor 
of the New Monroe Building, 254 
Granby Street. 



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PfWJCSSS iy#ffi — Tlie Rev. 
Qeear S. Good, pastor of Bi^a& 
IMtodist Church, is a)ndu<^i^ 
fe^vii services ni#»tly at 'M^r- 
niK^ MethodiiA Church, 

•Hie serviws started ^nday 
awl KciH continue throuj^ Friday 
at 7:45 p.m. The church is located 
on Sandbridge Road in Prim^e 
Abjk Borough* ad^K^nt to 4Ae 
^oed Lotus Gardens. 

Rev. Good is a fonner pa^w 
of Tabernacle Church. 

€ueM pianist at the nigMiy 
snig service is the Rev. Robert 
C. Black, iKC*or of 'Kn<^fcs Mand 
Methodut Church. 

Prayer services are being held 
sJt 7:30 p.m. in the social haU pri- 
OT to the re^kr service. 

Guest choirs taking part in ttie 
iWTvJces tiffough the remainder of 
this week include: Knotts Island 
Methodist Church, tonight; Nim- 
MoSaJem Methodist Chuch, Wed- 
nesday; Beech Grove Methodist 
Church, Thursday; and St. Johns 
Baptist Chancel Choir, Friday. 




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"To i«rHge to grow oM b the un- 
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If one troobies to lo<A a bit below 
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truth in the above statement. AI- 
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and his reactions dulled a little as the 
yens roll by, the person who makes 
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person to the tretfaold <rf greater rc« 
sponsibilitfes. This ritoation, we sus- 
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refushig to bow to the accepted 
standa^ of old age. 

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VIRGINIA BE.ACn — Fred 
Madigan, athletic director and 
Iwad football coach at Frederick 
College, will be guest speaker at 
the &cond Annual Football Ban- 
quet of the Seaiiawk Gridiron As- 
sociation, to be held tomorrow 
evening at the Virginia Beach 
High School cafeteria at 7 p.m. 

Originally, the- association had 
^heduled Jack Cloud, coach of 
the Naval Academy's 150-lb 
football team, as guest speaker. 
Cloud's appearance was canceled 
due to the president's death and 
the M-day mourning period 
which curtails the activities of mil- 
itary personnel. 

Varsity and Jayvee monograms 
will be awarded at the banquet. 
Tickets are $2.00 and may be pur- 
chased at the main office of the 
Bank of Virginia Beacli, Alexan- 
der Beegle on Laskin Road or .At- 
lantic TV, 2802 Allan Lie Ave. 



FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



ARAGONA (84AAN) MIDGET 
Team ' 

* Cobras 
Cavaliers 
Packers 
Colts 

* 1963 Champs 

INTERMEDIATE 
Division "A" 
Team 
*Aragona 
Kempsville 
Oceana 
TlMiMa 

Division "B" 
Teem 

'Diamond Springs 
Plaza 

Woodstock 
Greenwich 

* Division Champs 1963 
Diamond Springs defeated , Ara- 

gone 14-13 in a piay-off ganie on 
Saturday night, November 30 at 
Princess Anne High School sta- 
dium. 

JUNIORS 
Team 

♦Woodstock 
*Aragona 

Diamond Spring 

Greenwich 

Courthouse 

Plaza ■ 

* Tied for regular season champs. 
Aragona defeated Woodstock 

20-13 in a play-off game on Sat- 
urday night, November 30 at 
Princess Anne Stadium: 



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Former Grid 
Pro Speaker 
At Cox Event 

LYNNHAVEN — Former pro- 
football star George Hughes Will 
be guest speaker at the Cox High 
School Football Banquet Thurs- 
day at 7 p.m. in the school cafe- 
teria, 

Hughes, whose football career 
began at Maury High School in 
Norfolk, played for the Pittburgh 
Steelers from 1950-1955. 

From 1946 to 1949 he was an 
outstanding player for William 
and Mary College, serving as team 
captain in '49. Also in that year he 
played in the CoUege All-Star 
Game and the Blue^ray game. 

While with the Steelers he par- 
ticipated in the Al-Pro Bowl 
games of 1952 and '54. 

Hughes is now a hard\wu« bus- 
iness owner in Norfolk and a 
member of the Norfolk School 
Board. 

The banquet will be sponsored 
by the Bayside Ruritan Club; 
Hugh Barnes, president. 

Trophies will be pi*esented to 
the most outstanding blocker of 
the Cox team and to the mo^ 
valuable player. 

The Ruritans will present at the 
banquet, rules and regulations 
governing a new, cit<- -' ' cham- 
pionship trophy, instituiad " / the 
club for the first time ' 'S. 

Master of Ceremonies, ivr the 
event will be Rhae Adams, past- 
president of the Virginia Junior 
Chamber of Commerce and 1959 
First Citizen of Virginia Beach. 

Bonds First on List 

First on your list of ChriMmas 
presents should be U.S. Savings 
Bonds. In giving a B{»d this 
Christmas, you are expicessiijg 
hope for others, f ot theii ii^ 
being and security. 



Chamber of Commerce personnel admire the cup. Left to 
riuht: LaMere, Wilma Davis and Claire Ditty. (Baldwin photo) 

C of C Office 
Displays Surf 
Casting Trophy 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Ocean City Cup, awarded annual- 
ly as a world championship tro- 
phy for surfcasting has been won 
for the last three years by the 
Virginia Beach Anglers Club and 
is currently on display at the 
Chamber of Cfflnmerce. 

The enormous cup, reporte*^ 
insured for some $3,000, has had 
a long and mteresUng lufitory. 
First presented in 1916 by Ocwoi 
City to the Oc^^an City filling 
club, the trophy \a& been en- 
graved with the names of tiie 
winning clubs each year since. 

In recent years a wooden base 
was added to accomodate the no- 
tations of later title-hoWere. 

The eup was aD but conqiletely 
destroyed by fire in \92&. AH that 
wis left following this episode 
was a mound of metal ti£at le- 
maiited wl»n the trophy mdted. 

The metal wias recast and ttie 
engraved list of winners r^ored 
to its pkKie on the cup's diiny air- 
face. 

The trophy is no ^lan^r to 
the Tidewater ar^. Beginning in 
1956, the Tidewater AngMng Club 
began maMng a yearty httbit of 
capturing the coveted awmL 

This lasted uatfl M»I " 
the newly formwl' 
Anglers Club, ceiii^pHweBJ 
ex-mend)ers of tin 
club, staked its own 
for the. iMt 1Mb 
oip ia» been m display-: 
tions where loeal 

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Ellis J. Mills and M. %. S»\i 
all of Vir^nia Beach; 
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Viiflrwi ft^ mJN-h»«^, Tuesday, December 3, T963 



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TOE "mOXNUh WEAVH SUN-NEWS 




Virflnia B—ch Virglnhi 



-^M-Pnisiilwit 



G«n»ral ManaJlM' 
liknvsEdiNNr 



U^mpm 4rflK» li Vir^m WmA, Va^ 



Oe aa «f Mttrdh 3« 1^ 






Oirtridf i^^-^.M p« 



"MtltlMr Marili N« Punitive" 

tt tin <» r«H^y $t»ted frat q:^5osition REA ksan be made "except for the sole 

to ^arwt ftur«il ftecWf»c»1fen Adminislra- purpose of furnishing electric energy to 

tm\ ^ivitfes and projects, «nd to the spe- persons in rural areas who are not receiving 

cp ^v»l^^ granted by an old law to central station service. . . ." This v^as the 

f^ ^^f^. Is growing, and fast. And this obvious intent of Congress when the REA 

is lHfi|jng ife reflection in Cbngress. movement was authorized back in depres- 

th^ priff^ exampJe is found In a bill in- sion days. A provision to that effect was 
troduwd by ^^atwfs Lausdie and Bennett written into the originilbill. However, the 
— # Oftmarat and a Republican. This would wording was apparently impredse, and- 
end the 2 pw cwKt interim rate at which many co-ops have moved into service areas 
1! c^ an borrow the"t»xpay«^' mon- which haven't the slightest connection with 
ey-^n WMMW r^ whit* is roughly half true rural electrification, 
of that rtie Treasury must pay on its long- The Milwaukee Journal, which is cer- 
term borT<^^ings. All REA loans would be tainly no foe of providing rural areas wllb 
made at the average rate of interest the abundant electric service, has said this of 
TrwsWV ttwst pay. In other words, so far the bill: "The Lausche-Bfennett proposal is 
as Ixxrcwved money is concerned, the-co- neither harsh nor punitive. 1} should threat- 
ops would be required to pay their own en no existing service. If simply would in- 
way, instwd of leaning on a taxpayer sist that the REA hoe the row Congress 
subsidy. originally set for It." High time! 

Fu»1herrrK>re, the bifl stipulates that no 



A Little Library In A Little Town 



Everyone who has served in the armed 
fwcss of this nation knows the term SOP. 
It nroans Standard Operating Procedure. 
And It oo\^rs #ie way aH manner of things 
must be done, kxx>rding to the book 

It has Its counterparts in civilian life too. 
in a Welfare State, for example, If a com- 



about 6,000, In Western Oregon. It has no 
library and It wants one. So local people, 
all unpaid volunteers, have folned in an 
effort to make the wish come true. Civic 
clubs have donated their year-end surplus 
funds. Meetings are held at a local book- 
store, where authors appear, books are 



munity wante a- needs K>methlng it is SOP sold, and a part of the profit goes to the 

to ask an dl-powerful c^itral government library fund. Individuals donate books, and 

to provide It. The osmmunlty may or may anything of value that can be sold or ex- 

not igfet It. In either case, a faceless group changed for books is more than welcome, 

of bureaucrats at the top makes the de- So, little by little, the Tigard library, 
cision. ■ housed in two rooms of a building, is com- 

We have gone a long way farther toward ing along. It could be done much more 



Wfeffare Statism than is generally realized 
It is pretty much SCX* for us to look to some 
higher material power for the money and 
the dIrecticMi and administration that will 
provide us with a next-to-endless assort- 
firont of aidi and services. 

But there are honorable exemptions. 
There is still, here and there, an old spirit 
that moves people to do wanted things for 
them»lves in the face of difficulties. 

Tafce tf» fown of Tigard, population 



quickly, of course, with a government 
grant. But one thing is sure— this library 
will have a quality that no such grant could 
provide. It will be the result of voluntary 
individual effort, the fruit of the work and 
belief and feeling of many minds, hearts 
and hands. It will be a thing of pride, like 
a home one builds for oneself. 

A little library In a little town is noi nec- 
essarily a little matter. It can be a big prece- 
dent. 



C. STOtY 

BAYSB>E — Cfe«ge Courttand 
Story, 54, of 1727 f^weOs I^iM 
Raftd, Bayaide, ttitfwid of Mis. 
Mildred Logwood ^7 and lK>Q of 
he late Leonai^ M^ waA Mrs. 
AtfV Mneltti* Story, dred in a 
^^m iy^&m Ita^dsgr at 8:15 

A n^we <rf Norfolk, te was a 
MMaog Mtffcnt <tf «% iN<nfolk- 

f» ural a wimAer of %ybdce 
IMMMMft Onirch, Norview Ma- 
^nic Lod^ 113, &iyiBde Masonic 



funerals 

JAMES C. MOORE 

PLANT cmr, Fla. — James 
Clayton Moore, 57, of Plant City 
died in a Florida hospital Thurs- j Quimby Court, King's Grant, died 



THOMAS J. MAltMWS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Thomas 
Jtseph MaWiews, 47, of 10116 



day afternoon after a long iHness. 

He*ls survived by his widow, 
Ato-s. Iiroa pavis Moore of Tampa; 
a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Jean Ptiil- 
Iqjs of Virginia Beach; a son, 
James C, Moore Jr. of Norf»lk;'a 
brcrther, Harold Moore of Piant 
City; and two grandsons, Bill and 
Clay Hiilllps of Virginia Beach. 

A funeial service was held in 



feS&IL*^,,''^^ jPla nt City »iu. bu,^ there. 

Vmt^ ^ tt$ itatine, .American I 

I^M Poit 127. Vh-»nia Bead! j f«| •! Q««vii»a Una 

fflritet ckft. medwe Golf Club, i i^ivii oervice fias 

MMpMle Mtei^mi Golf C3ub, t 1 ^-w • 

iMMnte <^1f fmma^im, Bay- 1 JOu Up6ningS 

aide Golf Association, and was a | 
vetesan of World War n. 

H« was retired from Little 

eek Amphibious Base. 

Besides bis widow, iie is sur- 

ved Ixy a dau^ter, Wts, R. 



Untfl further' notice, n^plica- 
tions will be accptd for th posi- 
tions of Firefighter <Slruetural), 
GS^/4 and Firefighter (General- 
Airfields), GS-S 4, located in the 



"ftl service w^ conduc- 

oUomon-Brown Fun^^ 

ir^ay at 1 p.m. by <he 

jod or^ylake 

Burial wia in 

rood ItenioTial Gai^eM. 



Iden Edwards of Virginia ^ch; ^^^^^^ ' ^^^^ J ^ -- 

^A^,£S%'r ^ «*°^' 'mouth and (^apeake, Virginia 

or Aamaa, m.c. ^^^^^ p^y^^^g ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ p^ 

year. A written test and experi- 
ence are required for these posi- 
tions Rill information and appli- 
cation forms may be obtained by 
contacting the Board of U.S. Civil 
Service Examiners, U.S. Naval 
Nation, Norfolk, Virginia 23511, 
or by applying at any post office 
for applicat«m fonns or inforna- 
tion m to v^bax fi>rnis may be ob- 
tained. 



■VUUiH \.riIUl;..l. 



dtate AwtioneNS 
Hteet Dec. 7-8 

.CHBUItG — The aifflutf 
and convention of the 
wiH be at 




Whrth^r you are a parent, 
X Inn. Lynch- [ grand-parent, or friend— every , ^.^^ 
*eT 7 and 8. ! younptw on your lirt wmild ap- ' "««n««»ay 
^' approviA iviH I preciate U.S. livings ^mps or 



Friday at 8:15 p.m. in a Norfolk 
hospiftal afler a sudden iUn^is. 

A native of Norfolk, he lived 
m this area all his hfe. He was 
a son of the kte Itevid fVaiMn 
and Mrs. Bertha Andereon Mat- 
thews. 

He was a retired crane opera- 
tor of Norfdk Naval ShH>yard. 
He was a member of American 
Legion Post 60 and a Worid Warx 
n veteran. 

Surviving are a daughter, Mra. 
Jean Lawrence of Lyniriiaven, 
Virginia Beach; a son, Robert T. 
Mathews of Virginia Beach; three 
sisters, Mrs. Ethel C. &nith and 
Mrs. Beatrice Thomas of Virginia 
Beach and Mrs. Melvin T. Power 
of Evanston, 111.; a brother, John 
D. Matthews of Vjurginia Beach; 
awl two grandchildren. 

A funeral was held Sunday at 
3 p.m. at Hollomon-Brown funeral 
home by Rev. Raymond C. Flitton 
and the Rev. C. Coverdale. Burial 
was in Forest Lawn cemetery. 



ImHA^r TrainiDg 
Srt By Kil O'oss 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Vir- 
ginia Bevd^ Untt. American R^ 
Ck^, WiH conduct disaster train- 
ing courses here Tuesday t^ou^ 



Instmctoi^ will be Mi^. Jean 



drafted tm in- ' Bonds for' C^wtoas tWs year. \^-^ «^ Mjm ^yj'ec*, from 



smtaft&y ^widing 
;g of auctioneers <m 

. Ml oto and 



Attractive gift boote of &ivii^ 
iSan^ bA p^-offioM lor $2M 
md $5; ^vii^ Bonds, now brt- 
♦er ««n ever, rt ai teto. ^fflve 
m» 0i teA Mepis ^n 0mg— 
&ivu^ ttanfs and Bonds. 



ttie Ga^m Area H^<partara m 
Washington, O.C. 

Site of the courts will be ttie 
Alan B, ^^»atl 0vk Center and 
tbe Vir^Mt fiMdi l^cm S^uid 
headquarters. 



Cox ttf M 
Dance Dec. 14 



LYNNHAVEN — ilft Ctex 
m0i MmA ^ €M> ^m iMid 
m tffiitt^ CttMmn 4mt^, "Tht 
holly WreMh ^n," De& i4 from 
8 p.m. to midnight in ft«' j^hod 
g}^mnasium. 

Co-chainiwn for #ito yifa-'s af- 
fair are Jeny ^^M uri Tety 
Wflliams. 

For the ^veat flia fym wiH be 
<tocorated in ^ot blM, whtte and 
silver throu^ the efforts of de- 
corations chairman, Jay Dur^. 

Refreshnwnts will ht ^Tved at 
the semi^tomal (k^. <^mirtion 
for the event will be W*W when 
tidcets are purdaa«d tn «dMmce, 
and 12.50 at the itoor. 

The affair will be the Key 
Club's last major event of a j^ar 
which inda<ted a busy ci^ndar 
of intermftli^ ami w^rttiiihile 
projects. 

Earli^ tiiis moi^ the «dub 
coHected over 1,000 cans of food 
and donated it to the city's wel- 
fare def»rtaieirt to be ^vm to 
needy f%rsons rad fanulies. 

The dub this year "adopted" 
a 12-year-old J^nch orphan and 
have received warm replies to the 
letter lihey have been sending. 

The membersWp has dcnurted 
mai^r Iwurs of labor in t«(»nt 
morths in helpii^ the Ocean Pm* 
Woman's Club to develop Kdtam 
Park, a recreation area which tte 
tedies plan to donate to the city 
when M has been completed.^ 

The Key Club is planning a 
series of prt^rans on the Peace 
Coips to be Iwid ui the aihod 
auditorium in February. The srar- 
ies win include films and squeakers 
who wil explain the Peace Corps 
program to toe piAUc, 



fiMt smitkig 

Right Drtvirs 

"Most sOu^ ifvbo tove (biven 
during the hours of darkness have 
experienced an orarurrence where 
a pedestrian, wearing dn* doft- 
tag, was unable to be seen until 
toe driver was dangerously dose 
to him," said ^rtik Cox, Local 
Director of Titfwsiter Automobile 
Association. "Too many pedes- 
trians assume ttet, because they 
can see the car, they, likewise, 
can be seen by tl« driver. In ur- 
ban areas, ttere *re numy dis- 
tracting lights and signs thai add 
to the difficulty of seeing |ied»- 
trians. Wearii^ iilute is the great- 
est safety precatrtkm one can take 
when it is necessary to be out at 
n^bt." 

Becau^ of *he dian^ of time 
sft)out most of iM» courtly and 
days natundiy getting shorter 
wMh the coming of winter, Nov- 
&mSoeT is the monith when special 
attention must be given to toe saf- 
ety message, WEAR WHITE AF- 
1131 DARK. 

Wito this in nnnd, a new safety, 
po^er remindin g ch ildren to 
WEAR WHTPE AFTER DARK is 
being di^ributed to the sdiods 
of Virgima Beadi by toe Tide- 
water Automobile Associatioh for 
use m this monto's traffic safety 
education program. 

This monto's p<»ter, a tirstr' 
place winner in the AAA NattoB» 
h. Traffic Safety Poster Conte^ 
was designed by Demiis Wd)b, 15 
Ellet High School, Akrtm, Ohio. 

Richmonder Is 
Travel Oimrman 

RICHMOND — W. Stirltog 
King, Richmond business and 
civic leader, has been named 
Chairman of the 15to Annual 
Meeting and iVavel Conference of 
toe '^ginia Travel Council by 
Thomas G. McCaskey of WilliMns- 
burg. President of the statewUte 
travel organisAtidn. 

The three-day meeting of trawd 
teaden from all sections of Vir- 
ginia and suArroundlng states wSi 
be held at the Hotel Jtefferam to 
Wcbmond on Janwffy 16-lf . 

A former Mayor of Richttond, 
King has been prominent in tin 
field of tratnel ^Xf^gprmM^ 
vmiy ymn as a dred:or tS 11m 
Vir^^ llvvel Couuai «A « 
CSiaihntti of the Touitet (^Mftft- 
tee, §lUmamA Chmb^ of (^b- 




w|[iMMi vrai 

To im m 

LYNC»I»URG — V^^ <h^. 
.rymen have voted to i^ttsttw^ 
'the AiMri^n Dairy AuodMion 
effective Junary 1, ld(M. M M 
re<»irt meeto^ in Lync^irg, ^ 
state-wide 6uiy gr<Nip d^ted C. 
£. AlJiaon of Cla^ ^^p to 
^rve as prc^^t. 

<Mlwr oM»i% mamA bf new 
orgsmzation, to be Inmm m ^m 
American Dairy Araocwrtion <rf 
Virginia, are C. F. Moyer, Sr., of 
AmeUa, ^dce |lPedAutf; and Nel- 
son Godner of <1M<^ewater, mc- 
retary-treasufwr. 

The purpose of the asodation, 
which is composed of dahy far- 
m«^ and otiie^ interested in tilM 
dairy industry, is to eiM^ouri^ 
and promote toe usfe, eMMa}|»> 
tion and lale of nulk and milk 
prwiuctt. 

Vii^liia's Ctomihlsdoii^r of Ap 
rwuitore, Richard D. Qiumney, in 
congrattdattE^ ^d» new orp^i- 
tion, stated ttat M ^ "a Mep for- 
ward for tlK Vir^iia Ctoy h- 
dustry. Wltti miHc conraioptton in 
Virginia wily a^wirt three-fourth 
toe natk)ig| wmigt, yon . . . have 
a real dulMle." 

Headtfiai^n for Mi Vii^^nia 
as^diti/iil fA be te ttedfort. f. 
Gffl 1^^ of Bedf^ his be«i 
named a^ociirtion flum^es*. 

The ^te gpo^i becsoii^ tim 
4&th such iMd^^^m In ^ ttirtton 
affiliated wM tte Maenssi Dai- 
ry AsMdaito. 

Elected to «te Board of Weee- 
tors were: <^ter F. Iffliott, l^veh- 
burg; W. H.4«<^m, Woototock; 
R. DttVal Diddnson, Fred«id6- 
tmrg; C. Nelsfltt Pa^e, Boones 
MMl; R. H. DiPord, Virgnia 
Beach; Frank Cofltaian, Harrison- 
burg; Ralph Giahte", M^don; 
Lyle OArk, Jr., Staaft^ Dawd F. 
Childs, ^ryviMe; tt. V. aferoJd, 
Jr., Ivy; "Woomm WM. ftand; 
and Clait Vleittu^, Rinikilu 

tFoundry (Hnntti 

Ei^ms GiwUi 

LYNNHAV©^ — the remaitoi- 
ble growth of Foundry Metoodist 
Church tram a four-acre site wito 
a sm^e dweffiig, to a modem 
comptex of Sancftuwy and re- 
lated bufldii^, dran^caily re- 
flects toe ctty's aunnwrn popu- 
lation increase in the la^ lax. 
i^srs. 

Laml m Viri^oia Beach Boirie- 
vard, cHreotty of^xmte toe enr 
trance to Chesopeian Colony was 
|n0du»ed by the Norf<^ Dii^rtot 
Bospd of Miffiions, as a cfaurdi 
t^, in Jant^ 19^. The pastor, 
Dc^glas lEbert, was i4>pointed in 
1999. Twenty-two persons at- 
^wted the firrt worship service. 
To ^sie t^e church has ^own to 
a n}C9id}ership of over 335 and has 
added new units to the church 
conqdex as the coi^gatian con- 
OBOesto grow. 

OriginaBy, vrai^p ^rvtees 
were held in the «nct«ary, ttien 
moved to a n old brick building 
m toe property wMdi will, in ti» 
ftrture, become a yo^i builtog. 

M^m^^ix soon required th^ 
a tefer ^motuary be tntt and 
a "Chapel in toe Wms" \wb 
vectod. 

Wort is now in progre^ to 
eon^ii^ an education unit and a 
gadal ball which will house a 
NURtoaiy unit s^toig over 300. 
ioM ptos for education buHd- 
Ui^t a si^Nit Imildii^, a garden, 
k f^ilc area md a permanent 
Mmdoary at« completed and paid 
ftr in 1980. 

CI»irman of the church build- 
ing confflttttee fa J. M. Krsch of 
Norfolk. Architect Wilson B. Ood- 
wn, n, designed toe simple, mod- 
em structure ttot is now nearly 
completion. 



ticre ffdi AtteiM 

VttGWIA MACH — im 
Wgm of ^U^Mdan op^ 
I^Me B^aa^ at the <^tfe, SOl 

Uted, GitM ma^^, pv« 
toe nrtenA^ A»y of tbg 
Ka^Mi «l I^fias tM Mm. Jea» 
^m Rea, GiVMi OUet <rf the Py- 
thian ^^mtf faiM tte groui^- 
vrork for oi^ani^ig a <Ai^ter <rf 
toe I^Aian ^a^mi at Vfirgnia 
fiewA. ^ 

itor of ^ Vbii^nla 6eK9i Chus- 
ber of OmuBmr^, {s^Mited toe 
^ry <rf ttw C^ of Virgtote 
Beach. 

Hw Viz^nia Beach Lodge, 
l^Bltfito 9l P^^ nweta mA 
^edn^ky at 6 pjn. at toe caisUe. 
• AU Pl^ttdam are tavKed to attend. 

NOTICE 
ViiHinia: 

11m re^ikr meeting of toe 
Council of the City <rf VirgiMB 
^M^ WiH b« ^M m te CircuM 
Court Room <m Tuesday, Dee^n- 
ber 9, 1963, at 2 o'clock p.m., A 
wWA time pei«n9fi -vM be l^ard 
for and against toefc^wli^ pro- 
]^%d cbangBs «( MiiAi, u^ per- 
ints. "ete: 

I. A^lication of Home's l^itcir 
Lodge and Re^wiaflt by Olivttr 
and ^ttito, AidMeeli^ for a Vm 
Pamrt to opei«ie mma^ to^- 
merJI facIMi^ for a r»t«irant 
and 99 unft motor h^e to tUe 
SoutoweA area €i eea^un pn^»er- 
fy frenttog 5^ ^rt en toe So^A 
side of Bum Drl^, US. Rmte 
eO; be^imhi^ M a point 1104.€e 
feet Eart of Pleasure Home lU^id. 
Havmg a depto of 671.31 ^t 
along the EarteJn f«>perty Hue 
W^a&e tm, VMge TOnnel Road); 
bavta^ a maitm^ wi<tth of 503.76 
feet iAn% tin SmttKan propeity 
hm ^a a eeittMrnA ^pto tH 
to4.71 lert along toe We^ro 
prop^y liiK. Beix^ adjacent to 
the irt>division of Bradford Acres. 
Bayside Borou#i. 

S. Apphcation of Ahmoid Re- 
alty C^., AlS)w Bea^ Corp., 
OotaviiK Ite^ Corp., Olden Re- 
alty Corp., ana f aimick Realfy 
Offlp. by Owen and Guy, Attor- 
neys, for a change of zoning from 
Residence SiAybban DMitet 4 
(R-S 4) to Limited Conm^xial 
WMsM. S (C-L8) of ^rtein preper- 
ty froirting 4^) feet on ttie North 
side of John Jay Lane. Bounded 
on ihe ®kM by "Schuyter Road, 
having a d^ <« WO fert; Iwuna- 
ed on toe West by Constltation 
Drive, havii^ a. depto of WW 
fe«t; and hstviag a widto of 450 
feet ^mg toe f'ferthera prop«*y 
Une. Betog a ^si <rf ^ock 23, 
Section 2, sidxMvttOT of Pem- 
broke *iSm<ff. ^tflki^ Bonu^. 

m. i^ppttciAkm of «. B^jes 



iitRiiiMa vnnneRUii omik^ 




Catt: 
6A 84S00# 

Day or Nigl* 



(CC 2) to QiMMl CMO^tOA 
l>tatetet 2 <C-G 2) of IMs 21, m 
imd a |KMWto oJt Ldt 13, Sbm 
Dnve States. GtM fnf^ l(m- 

tod fA tte N^MM mm^m 

of GmmwOi RoM tM MM 
Drive, Ba^e W. Froitog 344.SS 
feet on ^<m Wim tanrh^ a 
d^th of 210.^ i^ m CrTMomM 
R<Md, a wl^ of 240.17 fe^ ^i^ 
toe Nottoeni pxvpeirty Uns and a 
comUnnl ^to ot 229.M fe^ 
along *tt» Western prorro^ Bi^- 

IV. ApptoUon of Ward Mo- 
bUe Home W^ ^ Hsitti Mi 
KeBam, Atotnep, lar a l^ fe^ 
mit to operate mdtnle home ssdes 
on certain property fronting 350 
ft^ on toe fiduto «Me of IbMJte 
lA at «ts int^nedimi mth U. S. 
Rdbte 13: havtog a combined 
de|>to of ^2 feet itoi% tlft East- 
erft property hne, a wlWi of 4(W 
f^ iftjng'tie SOWfc^ii pw^erty 
line and a ^{rih of 2M feet ^ong 
toe West«Ti prope% line. Con- 
taining 3.37 acres. Bayside Bor- 
ough. 

V. .^licirtion oi Pine Late 
Coiporstion for a Chaise of ^n- 
ing from ReMem^ Suburban 
Distinct 4 m'S 4) to General Com- 
merdal Dittriot 1 (C-G 1) of cei^ 
tain property beginning at a i^int 
720 f^, mora or less, Nor&i of 
Virgin^ Bradi Boulevai^ and 
^50 fwt, iMffi or 1^, Wust <rf 
Newtown Road. Havii^ a coart)to- 
ed iMdto ol 1^1 feet more &t 
less ator^ the Skwtoem property 
lim; bounded by pr(^>^ti^ ctf 
now or formerly Le]^^<m Re^y 
Coipm^Mon, Paul Ford Plajrt, 
l^imer, ChrMlne Day, and Win^ 
low. flaving a eos^i^A d^ptb ol 
1125 feet mere dr tea iAoi% toe 
Western property Itae; bounded 
by properties now or fOTmerljf 
Shiner, Winstow, Morris, subdivi- 
sion of Millwrn Manw. Having a 
combined widto of 1205 feel more 



a d^ «f 402.6 / 

iotttoem property »ine, a 30 foot 
i^ of way to sewage laeofm; t 
w^ of 131.54 feet alotig tot 
Bi^ra {npAty Mne {•Mbtm- 
tton iwjd pr<^a^), vM » 

m 410 fort iism ^ " 

p«^rty mm. PtiKsm ^ma 
ou^. 

M. i^^^n rf B. L. I^#- 
art by Jordan A. Pu^ HI, Attof- 
ney, tor a dmm ^ vmng tmb 
Mv^k f^^# ftetfdenos D^ 
trid tR-3) to Kfitall BusiiwM Di»- 
ma (B-1) of 1i» Soutoerii Ml, fll 
dboli 11 and 12, Bock l(tt, Ltak* 
ton Part, Said jffoperty locali* 
tti 91$ 'WWl A til Ardic Avfc, 
W fott «A If IM Stteet; Iw^ 
ii^ a depth of 1(X) feet along ^ 
NorOffim waA liMittMm |nffi^x# 
Ito^ and a iMdto oC 70 fo0t#w| 
Uie Western probity Wne. Vifr 
ginia BeMb Borough. 

Xn. Application of TTwms % 
Muiphy for a Uw I^rmit to iwt- 
irtrud a it untt n^il m iM |, 
Block 11, plat oi Vii^aia '^Kh 
Devdt^RMirt Canpta^. Md prop- 
erty to^Add at VM Jkgiim^ ii- 
twKK^on <A Itth %reM and Pae- 
iOe Awnue. Fronting IW feet <m 
1(M) ^reet, having a ^to o( 
1^ feet on IHidfic Avenue; !»?- 
tog a widto of 100 feM along the 
Noitoem property line and a 
depth of 1^ foet along the E^ 
wn fwpe^ Une. Vli^taia Beadi 
Borcm^. 

XBI. Apffticatira of Vii^nia 
EtojWc and Power Qwapany t^ 
J. R. Haden for a IJse fttmtt 1o 
epen^ an ^^e subAMon cti 
certidn pmp&Ay locM^ irt tip 
Soutoeram<»t end (rf ^ Sl3«4 
30 feet Souto of ^ Nontolk sltA 
Soutoem Railwi^ r^ of way, 
b^m^ at a pdiirt on the Welt 
akle of toe prejeded Une of 4tti 
Street and extending in an Ei^ 
erty direction parcel to toe N<^ 
folk and Southern ri^ of m# 
350 feet. Having a depth of 3161 
feet Mong the Eastern ptc^^^ 



or Ies along the Nortoern prop- ^^< » wi<Wi of 350 feet aloi^ tl» 
erty line; bounded by properties Southern property line and a 



— serving the 

HIHW largest City 

In the 

United Stafes 



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Mrs. Rfta Vellines ^ 464-1229 Bayside 

Chesapealce ffeadi 
Ocean Park 

hAn. Doris Padrick 341-1978 King's GraWt 

Pinewood Garttewi 
Eastern Parte 

Mrs. Edward TIppo 341-3674 Thalia 

(10 a.m.-4 p.m.) iii#iwood Gardens 
Matlbu 

M^. 1^ Johnson 341-49% C^s^tfafn <Mmf 
(after 6 p.in. Pi^n^M MmB f%za 



of now or f<MTnerly Morris, Pavab 
Inc. and Otoers. Having a com- 
Wned depto of 1560 fe^ more or 
less atong the E^u^ra propei^ 
liiK; bounded by pf^p^rti^ of 
now or formerly Harrison, Htt, 
Dott^e and Lexington Realty 
Corporation. Containing 27.41 ac- 
res. B^fi<te Borot^. 

W. A^pte^on of Lucy F. 
TreMmi lor a cteofe ei tom^ 
ntm itnideBea tMsonaai vm- 
trid 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple#amily 
Ito^tence District CB-M) of <^r- 
tarn pnoperfy located at the Souto- 
west tetonedton cd i9to Street 
Ejrtended and Monroe Avetoie. 
Fnmting 1^ feet on 19th Stre^ 
Extended, ha-ving a (tepth of 252.4 
feet on Moiffoe AveiHie, a widto 
of 125.4 feet along toe Soutoan 
propert y hne md a d^sto of 
^7.85 fed aloi^ toe Western 
pri^rfy line. Containing .67 aa«. 

vn. A^plioMon (rf Hofmd £. 
G'A^ for a dian^ of zonmg from 
General feMiiuWsl DMrtd 2 
(M-I 2) to md^e4tenBy IteH- 
dewje Di^id (R-M) of Loto 7 
through 14, Block 2, as ^wwn on 
plat of Property of A-ffla^ te- 
vestaient Company. Said prop»- 
ty fronting 20O feet on the Norto 
^de <rf 1^ ^reet, beginning aA 
a pomt 100 feet West of lte4s 
Avenue, having a depto of liO 
feet alm^ toe !Ba^i»ii and West- 
era propel^ lines, and a width of 
200 feet along the Nflrlh«ii prop- 
erty, H»e. Lynrtlwven Borou^. 

Vto. A^plicaMon of Brtate of 
XHsm S. P<«er and John "Vy. Pd- 
ter lor toe dlKontinuance dtmire 
and dNndomneatt of a porttoi of 
Old Orert Nert Road extenAng 
from toe Norto si^ of Route 640 
to the Soutoem si^ of a 20 foot 
unnamed right of way, a distan<% 
of 1^3.7 feet. LynaihaTOn Ba-- 
ou^. 

IX. .^}pli<^on of WMch Duck 
Manor I^velophig Corporatioo by 
Kelbttn and Kellam, AM^mteys,. 
for a diange of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to <»enM-al Commercial Distrid 1 
(C-€ 1) of certam pri^Jwty front- 
ting 4M).79 fed on the I^M ^de 
of HoDand Itoad (formCTly Hrt- 
land Swamp Road). Beginning at 
a point 4000 feet Norto df Lynn- 
haven Road, hivmg a Apto of 
406W feet along the llortoe|Ti 
fffqwrty lioe ^80 f«d rig»t of 
w^ to aff8«^ a^Mo). Hi^ig a 
wi*h of 8W feet aloi^ tiM a^ 
era fHupB^; Inje <^bWrtOTi 
pond SMWige lagcwn), arid a d^to 
of 375 fed along toe Sr^toem 
property Une. Princes Anne Bor- 

X. Ai^teatfon <rt Wtt(* Duck 
Manor DH>ciJk»piT>g<^a^^n^n ^ 
l^&m M Kmm, Morris, 
f«* a diange of loning from R«i- 
deiM% ^iburtan Distrid 4 (R-S 4) 
to tyeiMS'ri CoimnereiM Di^d 
1 C-O 1) of cCTtidn frofi^ 
frontiiv 131J4 f^ on toe &Brt 
side of Hollawl Itoad (fonmrty 
IMla^^Swamp Mtm. ^^i^ 
M a p^^SO ^m ma%4t^m 
Norto af l^itohaven ^^ lu^i^ 



depth of 316.8 feet along tMe 
W^rn property Hne (Western 
aide of 4to Street projecteo). Coa- 
tahiing 2,56 iK^res. Kei^uvUle 
B(»w^, 

XIV. Application of Bay I^uA 
Civic hes^M by James F. Doyfc 
fOT a Use Peimit to open^ « 
dvic eei^r aiMi smmn^g pod 
on (%rtain prc^rty d^j^na-ted as 
Lot 79, sirt}divi^on of Bay MaaA, 
Sw^tom 1. &dd prc^erty looiad 
at toe Northwest interaedion «( 
Anchor Road and Spindrift Rort, 
having a depWi of 114.92 fed «i 
SpinArtft Btoad, fronting 176.18 
feet on fte Jforth side of Andtor 
Ro^; bavii^ a depth of 161.58 
feet riong the Western property 
line (Port Camd) and a width <rf 
170 feet along toe NorUwra prop- 
erty fine. Lynnhaven Borwi^. 

Teste: 

John V. Fentoras, Clerk 

By: .taanita S. Grinurtead, 

D.C. 

11^7-ft 

NOTICi OF FUM.IC HEARIMI 

The Council of toe City of Vir- 
ghua Beach will condud"? {hiI^Ic 
hearing on Monday, December % 
1W3 in ^ Circuit Court fiuilfl- 
ii^ City Hall, on toe followi]^ 
proposed amewiment to toe &*- 
division Ordinance. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY TrtE 
CXXra^CH. OF THE CITY Of 
VIRlilNIA MACH: 
aSCITON 1. INa>ECnON DUl- 
ff»G t^ALLATION OF Pti- 
LIC UfteROVEMENTS IN SllS- 
WVBKWS. 

That during to# installation ttf 
hnprovements r^uired by S<^. 
tion 6, as amended, of toe S\Mh 
division Ordinance, mduding dfe 
todallation of streets, r(»ds and 
h^iwsQfs, utilities, etc., th&e 
rfudi be miKle by the Departm^ 
of I^blic Works such inspectioiM 
as are deem«d necessary to inaa* 
conform^ wito the sub<Uviffi<m 
plans and specifications and the 
standards established by the city. 
The expense of such inspectiams 
shall be bOTM by toe sitodividd- 
or developer on the basis of actual 
cost plus 10% administration «c- 
pense. The Department of Pubic 
Woriks shall bill the subdivider or 
(teveloper once a month for tie 
cbst of mich inspections. 
SK!TION 2. NOnCE REQUHiai. 

Prior to toe installation of any 
^ft^ impro^iWiients, includi^ 
land dearh^ toe subdivido" or 
devdoiw lAdA notify tlw Depat- 
ment of Wbfic Works and ar- 
range for infection of toe itt- 
Iffovemente. 

mcmm s. ^feal. 

flat S«*ton 64, at amendwl, 
of Om Sttl^vmon Ordinaa^ 
<flopted by toe tem« County of 
ftimess Anne, Virginia, on Jaw- 
ary 26, 1953, is he reby repealii. 

axnioN 4. ^mcrnm datsi. 

iha Ofdtoaiee dnU be in ^- 
fed fivra ahd after toe date of m 
adf^tion. 
Iota V. Pertrea 
C^ Clerk 

11-2741 



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oi VtagMi, In 
Clerk's Office of tke OniuI 
Court of the Citj' of Vii^nia 
^ BcMh, on the 12th day of No- 

Ll^lU^ HARDY, Ptomlifl, 

Attwt nud% D«*^«ni 

Tlie obj«« (rf this suit s to 
ob(*ia • dtvor» « viw^to mt- 
ttlmonii from tte ^ de^AM, 
upon the gn^^ irf Ht^ ^n 
scpara! 

And ail iflyavk ^ving bsea 
Blade and SM ^l te ^tod- 
aat b a nn-Af UeM erf tte ^^ 
of Virgjnia, Ac Im* knswn post 
office ailEfr^ being: Fwt Lau- 
derctofei^ ^. 

It »oid^ that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
dm puWteattoi her«jf, and do 
what may be neoMivy to i»ote« 
his intemt in this suit. 

A c^y— T^tet 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk. 

BY: Mary M. Wiite 
Br)NE%^ A Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Uskitt Roi^ 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 
* 11-19-4TU 



• tmu. Homm 



fHJBLiC NOTiCB 

The teltowinf ordinaw* was 
adopted by the Council of tla 
City of Virginia ^Mh on Noven» 
her, 26, 1963. 
MXm V, !F1!NTRBSS 

CTTY cuaac 

AN ommmcE adopting a 

F^ WteWifllON CO^t, PWE- 
SC^BWG RI«ULATIONS GOV- 
E^mm THE CONDTOONS 
HAZAWDOUS TO Uff^ AND 

psoMi^y rmu firs or e^ 

PLOSKXN&i ^D TO PROVmi 
KJNALTEES for VI0LATION8 
THERiB(»'. 

BE rr ORDAIMED BY THE 
COUT^E. or THE CITY OP 
VffiGINIA BEACH: 
SECITON 1. AJXMTION 

Purniant to tiie provisions <rf 
Section 27-5.1, Co^ of Virginia, 
1950, tjiei% Is iiereby adopted by 
fce city fat the puipose of pre- 
scribing i^gtilsttans governing 

^ condMiom bu^ifams to life uaA 
prqp@i^ frnn fire or ,^^Mi«i», 
ttM '<bier^ code kndwn as the 
fire Prevention Code recommend- 
ed by the National Board of Fire 
Underwriters, being pauticularly 

, tile 1960 edition Uiereof and tlK 
^ole thereof, save and except 
Ittdi portions as are hereinitfter 
^toted, modified or amended, of 
vrtnch Fire l^vei^on Code nbt 
1^5 than three mpm have been 
md are now filed in Ihe office of 
^ City Clefk, and ^ same are 
^^[dby adopted and incorporated 
M fidly as if set out in length 
therein, and from the date on 
iMiich this ordimuu^ stuU take 
itfect, the provisions thereof, 
itedl be controlling within the li- 
iBits of the city; provided: 

(a) That wherever the woi^ 
"municipality" is used in Iftie 
Hre Pi^ventlon Code, ad<^t€d by 
^s ordinance, it ^all be held to 
mean the City of Virginia BesKih, 
VJJiiinia. 

<b) T^at Wherever the term 
"corporation counsel" is used in 
^ Fire Prevention Code, adop- 
tod by 'this ordinance, it shall be 
^Id to mean the City Attorney 
#r the City of Virginia Beach, 
^rginia. 

(c) That where\^r the term 
"administrative authority" is used 
m the Fire Prevention Code, 
ftiopted by this ordinance, it shall 
1^ held to mean tlK 3ui^hi of 
lire Protection within the Dejwrt- 
fient of Public Safety of the City 
^ Virginia Beach. 

<d) That in Article 3, Section 3.3 
isi the Fire ft-evention Code, 
iiopted in ^s ordinance, is 

, ipnended to read as follows: 
ttCnON 3.3 LOCATION. 

•No automobile wrecking yard, 
junk yard or waste material hand- 
fog plant shaU be located as to 
iiriously expose adjoining or ad- 
kcent property and shall be 
wnced in such a nnnner as to 
hide said wrecking f yafd, junk 
»rd or waste material handhng 
^nt from the public's view. 

e) Tliat Article 6 of the Fire 
ftrevention Code, adopted in this 
irdinance, is amended by adding 
fcction 8.8 to read as follows: 
teJTKWSa ANHYDROUS 

'ammonia 

Anhydrous ammonia shaH l» 
M^red and handled in accordance 
frtth nationally recognized good 
^actice. 

<f) "niat in Article 11, Action 
U^ of ll» Fire Prevention Code, 
popted in this ordinan<», is 
iom^&i to »ad as follow*: 



^CHQKllJ 

A. In n^m ao^muMM^ iimx% 

tera^ mm ^k ttNt t#. 
w^ used for entrance, rtiaH be 
rt*i^ marked by approved exit 
aitfl, iuilldittt mutttaktod wb«l 
t^ ftwr area is occupied, to be 
i%ad% distil^ ished. 

10 lli^ to Aittde 112, tM^n 
12^<rf the Fki Preva^n Oid^ 
^optttl in ttui onttMaee, m 
amended to rmAm mim 

sEcnwj 12.2 wamm^m 

A. Nottiing lA tm uWte ex- 
cept the 9fovl^4s of 8e^ 12 J 
dudl be im^mM m ^|^l« to; 
1) Hie amwdfon^ of «he Un^l 
aates or the ^te mflittt, 2) Ex- 
plosives in tewB preKritxA by 
the officM United S^ fbanM- 
o^eia, 3) Tlie K^ (H- lae of &»- 

wnlu, 4) 'Rtt {Wi^MlMI, tTMS- 

pnUHon aM uae ^ MMii wn». 
anmMmttiott or qi^rt la^Mrad 
exptoidi^ <tev^», §) llhe postes- 
sion, stocap, trax^ortation and 
use of not mane ttien fifteen 
pounds of maoheten powder aiui 
one tbousai^ nnaH arms primen 
tot hand loadii^ of snaU arms 
ammunition for peroral use, 6) 
l^e manufacture, ^^atttfym, stor- 
age and uae of no more ttien fif- 
teen pounds of exsplnives or 
blading agents in eduMtknicd, 
govemmentid or iinluaMal ^b- 
oT^aiies, for in^jpcttonal or re- 
search purposes wtien under du*- 
ect" supervision of experien«d, 
competent persons, 7) fbe tnush 
porUrtion and use of explMiv«s 
or blasthig a^nto by the UnMed 
IKates Bureau of Mtaes, the Fed- 
eral Bureau of Investiptton, tte 
United Stirtes Secret Servfce or 
Police and lire Departments act- 
ing in their official capacity. 

<h) TTiat in Article 12, Section 
12M of the Fffe Invention Cwte, 
adopted in this oniinance, k 
an^n^d to read m l(dlows: 
SECTION 12.8 TRANSPORTA- 
TK»* OF EXPIjO^VES 

A. l^osives Aidl not be 
ban^wrted on the byways of 
the city until the fire department 
of ttJC city Aall have been noti- 
field in advance of such move- 
ment <MQ tiie lu^waya and the 
driver or po'son or perimiB in 
chaxfe of tiie toansporUAion of 
^ v^tiide idttl imvt received in- 
Ertructltnti as to ^ TmM to be 
ti^^ to thir desthtation and have 
r«»ived a p«^>er e«ort. Bipk)- 
aives slaa& not be trai^xnted on 
fn^Mc oinve^iK:^, 

<5) TiBtt to Ax^i 13, SetMm 

13.1 of the Fire ftevention Code, 
adopted in this ordinance, is 
amended to read as follows: 
SECTION 13.1 MAffftFACTURE, 
SALE, iJrC. 

It diaU be unlawfiil for any 
person, firm or cwporaftlon to 
transport, manufacture, store, sell, 
offer for Mde, expoK for rate or 
to buy, use, ignite or explode any 
fire cracker, tMpedo, rft^wket or 
othe- sub^ance or thhig of wl^- 
ever form or cumbusUon «>n- 
taining nitrates, d^orates, oxa- 
lates, sulphides of lead, barium, 
antimony, nitroglycerin, phosphwr- 
us or olher explosive or flam- 
mcMe con^und or s^stance and 
intoiuied or common^ known as 
fireworks, M any time, except 
cap-pistols, cai» and sparklers. 

0) Tftat in -^?tide 13, Section 

13.2 of the Fire Pre^^ivtion Code, 
adopted in this ordinance, is 
amended to re»i as follows: 
SECTION 13.2 D^nJtY 
PURSUANT TO PERMIT 

Upon written application to the 
City Manager, a permit may be 
issued for the (hsplay of fire- 
works by fair association?, opera- 
tore of amusement parks or by 
my re^on5U}te or^nization or 
group provided tiiat such display 
is to be held under proper super- 
wsion and ~at a sate locp^on to 
parwns or i^^perty. 

Suc^ permite, if or when is- 
sued, sImU be for di^lay. during 
one day or a part thereof, and 
shall set forth the exact time said 
display will be held. 

No mch permit is to be issued^ 
by the City Manager to any per- 
son, organization or group unless 
he, the City Manager, is satisfied 
from flie information furnished 
in the application that such dis- 
play will not be dangerous to any 
person or persons or property 
and any such permit may be re- 
v^Aed <hiring any dis^y if mich 
is conducted or performed in any 
manner nol in keeping witti the 
application or in com|dian<» with 
tMs action. 

<k) That in Artide IS.^S^tMn 

13.3 of the Fire Preveirtyi* Code, 
adopted in this ordinance, is 
amended to read ,$k folltiiQ: 
SECTION 13.3 PillALTY FOR 
VIOLATION OF JWO PRECT3> 

ING laxmoNS 

Ai^ person, firm or corpora- 
tion violating any of the provi- 
fflons of tte two preceding sec- 
tmns Aall, upon conviction tha%- 
of, be gulty of a mlsdenKanor 
mi diall be iined not ^^ ^lix 



• iKM Nonas 

«^e DoHbk <9B.0I>) nor inor« 
tiMB Fiv* HMWtnd Sonars 
#MIO.OO) and eadi day's contin- 
tti^ of nA vtotoaon ttaii con- 
mtarte a ft^ta offense. 
<1) Hm* in Artk^ 13, &^km 

13.4 mA 13.% tadUMve, of tt« 
Fire l^v^^ Oode« %(kq»^ % 
ttus o^i^nce ^m ^^d. 

<m) Thto fti mme H S««o» 

14.5 of t^ 9m PrcVM^ Codbl, 
ttkqsted iy ^ 0^mm, is 
an^d^ to retf ki f^Mv: 

mcfmi^U:% «tam3rdms 

ftiiUi^^ s^SL be ecfuvp^ 
^riit jil^i^^^m u TC<pb%d fay 
tte MM^ Gote 1^ mm «r> 
^tauxcm of the ctty and ^uM 
ctttfona to MdMuOly im^^mi 

gOWi pTBI^«. 

<n) 'am to Artide 14, ^rtion 
MJ of tils ftre ftcevintion Code, 
adopted in this <mlinance, is 
amentod to le^ m ftiilows: 

i^n%}N i4.f mmmm and 

ALARM SYSTISUS I^^UIRED 

Aiil^i^ tfa^ be equipp«^ 
nM tpiNtoved autanatic qirink- 
l«r ^^ns m provided try tfie 
&ifl<U^ Cmte ami otiwr onUn- 
aneoi ^ the dty and shall con- 
tmm to natiiMid^ leco^ii^ 
good practice. 

(o) Taut Artkde 14 of ttie lire 
Prevention Code, adopted tqr ttus 
ladiunoB, is «mnded ^ i^diog 
Sectiku 14.7 to r^ m fdknra: 

mnxm 14.7 fgrkdic m- 

SFSCnON OF STAWDPIPiS 
Aitt) WBSmJER syshms. 

Buildii^ equ^ped with auto- 
matic ^rinMers, water^ray sys- 
tems, £Uindp^>^ or hcues shaU 
be tMted every five years and at 
audi other times as required by 
•toe 'ftireau of Fire Protection. 

<p) That the limits referred to 
in Section 16.22 of the Fire Pre- 
vention Cole, adopted by this 
ordinance, in whidi storage of 
fUunmable liquids in outade, 
i^ove-grouiKi tanks is proihihitefl, 
are hereby eistid)Mied as all areas 
other 4han those presently zoned 
for manufacturing or industrial 
uses where the capacity of the 
above-ground tank exceeds 275 
gallons. 

(q) ThM Article 16 of ibe Fire 
Prevmtion Code, adopted by tiiii 
ordinance, is Mnended by adding 
Section 16J3k to read as follows: 

K. T^^pmmm prior to 

COV^l^G 

Except for underground tanks 
eotttauimg Ctess U car 'SI fkm- 
rariUe liquids insured in rea- 
^ntiid areas, the instidMion |pf 
all underground tanks for the 
storage of Class I, II or in flam- 
nable licpiids sh«dl be inspected 
by the Bureau of Fire Protection 
iMfore beii^ «)vered. Inspection 
fwpiests atoiSl be aibmitted to the 
Wre Insp^or's office and written 
fqjproval obtained prior to cover- 
ing as required in Section 16.23b ^ 
A fee of $2.00 shall be paid when 
request is submitted. 

<r) That the limits referred to 
in Seoti<m 16.51 of the Fire Pre- 
vention Code, adopted by this or- 
dinance, to which new bulk 
plants for fkmmable liquids are 
prohibited, are hereby establish- 
ed as aU zones other than manu- 
facturmg and industrial. , 

(s) That to Artide 16, SecUon 
16.64d of the Fire Prevention 
Code, adopted m this ordinance, 
is aownded to read as foUows: 
SECTION 16.64d AUTOMATIC 
DISPENSING UNITS AND SELF- 
SERVICE GASOLINE FILLING 
STATIONS. 

The tostallation and use of 
«)to-operattog dispensmg devices 
for Class I flammable liquids and 
the operation of a self-service gas- 
oline filling station is prohibited. 
No gasoline or other motor fuel 
sh^ be di^}en9ed at or in any 
automobile filling station, or any 
coin-operated pump, or other dis- 
pensmg device, or by any other' 
l^rson than by the owner' le^^, 
or a duly authorized attendant 
employed by sudi owner or lessee 
for aich purpose. 

(t) That in Article 19, Section 
19.4b of the Fire Prevention Code, 
adopted by this ordmance, is 
amended to read as follows: 

B. Garage floors shall dram to 
oil separaters or traps discharg- 
ing into sanitary sewer or ap- 



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Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Tw«day» Ek^rob*- 3, 1963 



h«reii defiMd hWk (^smtMA 
tmder flue^fei^^ # iHuMni 
in ftod aroMA ^ wm whcie 
such floor Aii^Me is to te Iri' 
«ta|ad or toe |^nd livd ottt- 

jkdi Msh bu^i« m mtm^m 

"wIMh^r i^^ fnMter. 1^ lun 
^M be viied i^m ^ floor 

#1 "thiA in Mm$ ^ Bmlkm 
2M of the Fm Pte^ama JQoite, 
ad|p^ hy ^ WdtoiiM, Is 
MriiMed toVMd n fcOB^: 
^C*K)N ^4 The use <rf porta- 
ls oli[<burmng qtiritei^es for 
li^ii^ or oKddj^ is ptshibited. 

<w) "RMit to Aittste aft, SeelMB 
25.7 of the Rre Rrevei^« Cole, 
adi^ted t^ ^Mi wliMH^ iS 
umnded- to read m foUowst 
SECTION 25.7 The use of gaso- 
line or ottMr U|^y OMitfuMe 
U^iids at a Mel In and^Mes for 
iMMtog or «K)ldqg to ^MUtod. 

<x) That in Ax^Ae Tl, Seetton 
27.1b of the Fire Prevention Code, 
adopted to this oMimnce, te 
vnei^ed to read as fdlows: 

D. Vkuat of a^mAIy sbttB 
mean a room or space UMd for 
ass^ably or education oc(»pan(^ 
for 75 or more occupants or 
whidi 1ms a floor area of 15W 
squ«(« feet or tM>re ' wed for 
mtki purposes, ^ch nram w 
9^^A dudl ivdude any amiarl^ 
occupied coniweting room m 
sp«% to the san% ^(uy, or to « 
i^ory or atori^ MKwe or biloir, 
whf»e entzan(» m ranaiMm to tite 
ztxam or spe^. 

(y) That to Article 28, S«rti<Mi 
28.1 of the fire Prevention Co^, 
adopted to tills ordinaw^, is 
smwn^d to reiKl as fdUows: 
i^JCnON 28.1 BOWFIMS AM) 
OUTDOOR iRUBBISH FIRES 

A. Permit required. No peraon 
shall kindle or maintain any bon- 
fire or rubbish &% «* auUK»i2e 
any such fire to be kindted or 
noamtaii^ on br in any fmblic 
ateert, liley, rts^ or other pub- 
Uc ground witiHHit a p^mlt or 
other proper autlmrizatMin. Dur- 
ing construction or dwnolttion of 
buildi^ or structures (xr land 
deartog operations, no waate ma- 
terials or rubbish ikx^ be dis- 
p(»ed by bumtog on the premises 
or to the inmiediate vidnity with- 
<Mit h^ing obtained a permit 
titerefor. Application for a per 
mit ahaU be made to tins Fire In- 
^)ector, or his authorized repre- 
sentative, who shall issue same, 
if, to his opinion, no smoke, fire 
or smoke haard wiU be created. 
He may specify the time of bum 
ing and type of materials to be 
burned 

B. Location iRestricted. No ptff- 
son shall kindle or maintato ai^y 
bonfire or rubbi^ fire or author- 
ize any sudi fire to be kindled w 
maintatoed on any private land 
uriess <1) the location ii not lip 
than 50 feet from any structi||E 
and adequate provision is n^fe 
to prevent fire from spreading ift) 
within 50 feet of any structure, <jpr 
(2) the fire is contained in an v^ 
proved waste burner locatid 
safely not less than fifteen i^ 
from any structure. (No bonfoe 
or rubbish fire shall be kindhltf 
or matotained within 100 feet ^ 
any high-hazard occupancy buiWi- 
ing or structure. 

C. City Manager may prohibtt 
He City Manager may prohibfi 
any or all bonfires and outdoor 
rubbish fires when atmospheric 
conditions or local circumstances 
make such fires hazardous. 

<z) That Appendix A of the Fire 
Prevention Code, adopted in this 
ordinance, is hereby adopted and 
incorporated as fully as if set 
out at length herein. 
SECTION 2. "MiEN AND WHERiE 
COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED 

Copies of the Fire Prevention 
Code, as adopted by reference to 
Section 1 of this ordmance, may 
be ofctamed at the office of the 
BuTMU of Fire Protection during 
the regular business hours. 
SECTION 3. APPEALS 

Whenever an application for a 
I»rmit has been disapproved or 
not granted or when it is claimed 
that the provisions of the code do 
not apply or that the true intent 
and meaning in the code has been 
miscon^ued or wrongly inter- 



^iMfc*^S-«t..ii.r|fc,i 



I 




4^^101 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



• UH3AL »»TiaiS 



to i^ office and dl^bute c^Im 
^b^kA to mtere^ed persons. 
IKilON 5. PENALTY FOR VIO- 
LATK>N OF -raiS ORDINAINCE 
Any peraon violating any of 
^ provistow of this ordtoance 
sliaH, exc^t ^ otherwise sped- 
fi^lly provided, iipw» conviAon, 
be ftoed not less tiian ^.00 nor 
nwre ttum $500.00 for eadi sep- 
al^ offen%. 
SECTION 6. REPEMi 

All ordinaiK^ ot j»rts of ordi- 
nances to conflict with the pit)vl- 
lAons of this ordtoance or of the 
OMle hereby adojrted are repeal- 
ed. 
SECnON 7. VAUDTTY 

If any section, subsection, sen- 
tence, clause or phrase of this 
ordinance is for any reason held 
to be unconstitutional, such de- 
cision shall not effect '^e validity 
of the remaining portions of this 
ordinance or of the code herri)y 
adopted. 
SECTION 8. DATE OF iSTECT. 

This ordinance shaU take ef- 
fect and be to force frcHu and af- 
ter January 1, 1964. 

12-3-lT 

ANNOUNCEMENT^ 



10 Special Notices 



CUSTOM TYPING ^RVICE — 
All types of typmg to order: 
manuscript, business liters, en- 
velope addressmg, .stencils, ed- 
iting by English majorsK:ollege 
graduates. If you need secre- 
tarial service occasionally, even 
a single letter, let us take care 
of your work. Rates on request. 
CaU GA 8-1355,' 211 70th St. 
Virgtoia Beach. 

11 Transportation 



A & P Driveaways toe. — ^We will 
deUver your car to or from any 
city. Carefully selected drivers. 
Cal 625-0804. . 

BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 Appliance Services 

VACUUM CLEANERS—Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone GA 8-4222. 
Fuel Feed & Buildmg Sup 
plies, toe. 

Furniture repaired and refinish- 
ed. Antique furniture restored 
and refinished. Justas Refintah- 
tog Shop, 2228 Great Neck 
Road, Virginia Beach. 464-1002. 



A^ERCHANDISE 



W Articles For Sab 



CLOTHBS LINE PCKSTS— $22.88 
completely tostalled, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lines 
(100 feet), wt to concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply. Inc 



93 l^ouMhold Goods 



ANTIQUES — Handcarved wood- 
en duck decoys; cobblers 
bench, saddle seat; ^tos, to 
chtoa and pewter; tobacco cut- 
ters; coffee grinders; pitchers 
and bowls, different shapes and 
sizes; toi^i. Rose medaUion 
pundi bowls, plates. Jean N. 
Miller Antiques, 518 Laskto Rd. 
Phone 428-1250 after 6 pjn. for 
spedal a{q}ototment. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartments Furnished 



RUGS — 9x12 Imoleum for every 
room in the house. $4.9.'i cash 
and carry (no dealers). WaMi 
Furniture. 17th & Baltic. 



DINING ROOM SUITES— 2 com- 
plete. One mahogany, 10 pieces. 
$75. One oak, 8 pieoM. ^5 
Hlrtz Bazaar, 227 Colonial IW., 
Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



Furniture of all ktods uphdL^red 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all cust(»n made and fitted. 
Hilltop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used fijrniture. 



Electric refrigerators — 'Large and 
apartment size. Used. Good con- 
dition. From $40. Hirtz Bazaar, 
227 First Colonial Rd., Oceana. 
428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



Refrigerators, freezers, stoves, 
livtog room fumitiH«, clocks, 
rugs, books, bedroom furniture, 
paint, radios, mattresses, 
springs, porch furniture, metal 
cabinets, brie - a - brjK:, sofas, 
chairs, chests, Itooleum. You 
name it — we have it and at rea- 
sonable prices and easy terms. 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 Firs* Colonial 
Rd., Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 
to 9. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



110 Apartments Unfurnished 



31 Building — Repairing 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbmg — Heating 

Electrical — Air Conditiontog 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, BJC. 

Phone 426-2660 



EMPLC>YMENT 



43 Position Wantad — Female 



proved sewer systems, if sanitary ipreted, the applicant may appeal 
sewer is not available. Contents of ^aich refusal or decision to the 
oil separaters or traps of floor | City Manager within 30 days from 
drainage systems shaU 'be coUect- > the date of the dedsion 



L»ly desires position as clerk, 
caretaker, or housekeeper to 
motel, to exchange for place to 
i*ay and learn motel business. 
Call 428-3058. 

56 Business Opportunities 

Refillmg and coUectmg money 
from NEW TYPE high quality 
coin <^)erated dispensers in this 
area. No selltog. To qualify you 
must have car, references, $600 
to $1900 oish. Seven to. twelve 
hours weekly can net exwllent 
monthly income. More full Lime. 
For personal toterview write 
P.O. Box 4185, Pittsburgh 2, Pa. 
teclude phone number. 



APARTMENTS — FXimished or 
unftittiished. All price ranges. 
Cooper Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 



34% St, 400 - Small downstairs 
apartment. Private entrance. 
Screened porch. Partly furnish- 
ed. 



Ill Aoartments Famished 



25th Street, 202 — 1 bedroom 
apartments. $65 yearly. CaU 
Jard Real'^ GA 8-6666. 



Bachelor Apartment. All utilitfes 
induded. Clentrally located. $75 
year round rental. GA 8-^80 
or ^5-1947. 



Furnished ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
AnchOT Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



LIVESTOCK-PETS 



70 Oog»-^ats— Other Pets 



ed at aifficiently frequent toter- 
vals and removwi from the pre- 
mises to prevent al fttim betog 
carried into the unitary sewer 
or approved sewer system. Self- 
dostog metal cm% s^ be used 
for M. otty wi^s or waste oils, 
(u) That Article 25 of the Fire 
F^wentiM Cede, a^ted in this 
ordtoance, is amended by addtog 
&ction ^.13 to read as follows: 

mcmm 25.13 floor 

IWNACTS 

Ifo floor ftniHK^ ^a!l l» in- 
stalled to a new or existing build- 
ing or stnicture unless said floor 
furnace is installed at least 2 
UKtei above tl» grade of such 



irom 

whwh tte app«a is to be taken. 
SECTION 4. NEW MATERIALS, 
FIKXSSffiS OR OCCUPANCI^ 
WHICH MAY REQUIRE PER- 
MITS. 

Tta aty Msaager, the Fire In- 
spector and tl» (Chairman of the 
Fire Council shall act as a com- 
mittee to determtoe apd specify, 
after giving affected persons an 
oi:q)«rtunity to be heard, any new 
materials, pro(«s;»s or occupan- 
cies, which shall require permits, 
in addition to those now numer- 
ated to the Fire Prevention Code 
adqtoi by reference to Section 1. 

Tte ¥se. Inspector shall pwt 
iudi li^ to a conqilcuous plaoi 



Cocker puppies. Blonde. Cham- 
pion blood Itoe. $10 each. Call 
428-2730. 

A\ERCHANPISE 
90 Articles For Sale 



DISHWASHERS - Automatic - 
Under-counter Hot Point. One 
floor sample $100 and one in 
the carton $120. Brand new 
madiines left from contractor 
job. Well worth $250 each. 

, Walsh Furniture, 17th and 
Baltte Ave., dial 428.3291. 

NEW^OY BICYCLE— with large 
baske*. Heavy duty Columbia. 
$25. Needs tire. See at 245 
Drift^wd Road, Pinewood Gar- 
daw, lywAaven. Ako small 
fcaei^ . nurte girls bicyde. 
Make iMsr. 341-1973. 



42ND ST.—- Yearly, water mclud- 
ed. living room, bedroom, 
bath, kitchen, breakfast itxHn, 
«:reened porch, 2 large clorets, 
storage attic. Couple preferred. 
GA 8 -1722. . 

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 

fcvSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

BriMiuw Hardlu, iMnsclov 

313 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



WtUIAM KaiOROVe 

Instruction In 

Piano, Organ, AccorcUon 

JU 7-0446 - 418.7727 



ME^HAlsKXSE 



RUDBE MOTffii APARraffi^P^S 
1, 2 bedroom effidendes com- 
pletely fumidieS. Weekly, 
mioathly. "We ^n fum^ ev- 
erything but food." ^ month- 
ly mtoimum. GAfra(^, GA 
8-9701. 



42M) ST.— Near Cavalier Hotel. 
Bachdor apeitment, yearly. 
Water induded. Gas heat. 
Screened poreh. Available now. 
GA 8-1722. 



16th Street — 2-bedroom steam- 
heated. Suit^le for 2 couples. 
Reasonable. Also 2^h St. 1 or 
2-bedroom apartmeitt for yearly 
rental. Reasonable. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-12^. 

Ocean (Xnm Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block frem Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



to the heart of the B^d^ Special 
low winter rates or y^Wy rent- 
als. Also rooms at tow t^^)^. 
GA8^13. . 



1-2-3 reom apartments. $75-$125 
mon^. Utilities Atmisftied. &m 
Tide Motd. Dial 428-1828. 



2 bedrooms, livtog r(K>m, nxxlem 
kitchen, new refrigerator and 
stove. Reasonable rent. Phone 
5874776. If no answer, oA 
after 5 p.m^^ 

114 Houses For Rent 



LONDON BRIDGE RD, 221 - 2 
bedrooms, oil heat, fenced yard. 
Furnished or imftimished. Con- 
venient to Oceana. 428-70^. 



MALIBU - 3620 Brit* Terrace, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Tri-lcvel Exealtive. 
3 bedrooms, Wz bath, panelled 
den, built-to kitchen. Garage. 
PaUo. Lovely landscaptog. Con- 
venient location. $135 monto. 
341-3352. 



NORTH END, Land Side— 2% 
bedrooms, bath, living room, 
kitchen and dining area, froM 
porch, enclosed rear p^o. Ex- 
tremely high lot. Forced warm 
air heating with humidifier. 
Fully furnished. $120 monthly. 
Days 428-3997. Night 428-1139. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



RNAhClAL 



HOME OWNERS 

ReAiee Your Bils 
tee Moirf^ Yvfmak 



AMOUNT 

$2000 
3000 



la nts. 

FEB KO. 

$22.22 
33.32 



IS TM. 
PBt KO. 

$16.88 
25.32 



The Fkst Bid Sec<n4 

Mor^^e Services 

MA 2-9816 — 24 honri 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAiST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIA^ 



PROMPT HOME f INAMCNG 

HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

TOO aOUSH STRCCT • NOdFOUC 

■024 VIROINIA BEACH BLVD. 
AT THOMA* COHTI^ 



REAL 



ESTATE 



Ask Your Eye M^iieiMi Alwwt 

TRAYLOrS 

Vi^kiia Beaches only 

6UIU) OPTICIAN 

1369 Laddn Reed, Va. Beach 

Bci«ari B, McNnan^ ISb, 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's Finest All 

Waterfront Community 

LOTS FOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CO. 
464-3eS1 Mghts OAS-tm 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



120 Business Property 



30TH ST.— 8&ill6 fe^. 3 cot- 
ts^es and £toa^ ^^. Zoned 
for multiple r^dence. Cdl 
Mrs. CNah, 4284110, ni^rts ^8- 
6413. 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 
nil Investment Property 

— - - III II— )i III ■! . . ^ I ^^^ ^^ ^- 

DIMJIX— £a^h ajMitment eM- 
sists of hving room with fire- 
place, dining n>om, kitchen, 2 
bedrooms, b^, and 2 pordies. 
Live in one and rant the other. 
Good investorent. Cal BiU Aus- 
tin 341-3232 OT 341-4755. Good- 
man - Segar - Hogan. 

124- A Resort Property For Sale 

VmCflSnA BEACH 
Knobts Island-^Hunting and fish- 
ing cot^e. Vi »a% site. Ided 
location for lamUy rdaxartaon 
and fun. 5 rooms, kitaheit 
Icningmg pcmdi; wi^r, eled^fe* 
ity; hoat pier. Exc^er^ to 
year round family outings. Kel- 
kmi-£aton b^unmce Co., 9x^ 
tors 4^9161. 

128 Real Estate Wanted 

UST 
Your property for sale 

wrra 

For quick action a 

UJCAL 

AndSucc^sfui 

AGENT 

Roland Hyde. 4284110 

nights 428-1490 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



Lot Wanted. 50 x 100. Below 
$3,000. Old ViTgorfa Be«A area 
as far we^ as Linher. B^pfy 
P.O. Box 367, Virginia Beacdi. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 
BUSINESS SERVICB 



ESSO 



ExcdkDt on^ortmUty for qin^fi«d 
individual to <^«irtc va cstA- 
UdMd Ugk volanw slatioa in the 
Norfolk . Vni^ 



Contact W. 6. Jokiwen 

D«/s-MA 2-4301 

Nights-GA 8-8370 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Have Roofed And dtm^ Vkgmm 
Beach For The Past W Yean 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-336d 



Repairs 

Omiinercial 

NousehoM 
Refrigeration 

LannAoraali 
Ddtes for W ailimj h e efc 
I AnpUmcw 

Osicirtcal OmtaMttk 
W.| C. JOHNSON 

^22 • 17th Slre^ 

Virginia V^Kfe 

flhoM GA S-M71 



tXTERMINATOP "^VCF 



'V» '.. r , t '"hp Rf^r ( 



ADAMS BROS. 
PLWyUUNG C<W>. 

'StrvlBg VirgiMB React sac* 1934* 

Plumbing and Heatir»g 

Ripair servj-e and supplies 

warm air duct heatirtg 

Chrysler Air Condition}^ 
ftiiH.i-rr Ti<ai.Ms as dbhe^p 

WP SERVICF ^"HAT WE IfiJ, 

416.17m $t.^ dAI^3l 



CHI&IMAS CARK. L«v«|y alMl annual desipH. 
Nuus ud addrc^ pdiriM^ Stoi^ ia at Sw-Nefw ^^ 
31st & Paciik, to Hake your s^ctwn. OMh wvm lo mm^ 
|i«Hiiytdtfvery. 






1963 



TV KBSSblftE 






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4r©0 ( 3) — Sei-wt Storm 

(10) — ^The Match Q»am 

(ISV — Trallmaetar 
4.t5 (10>— NBC New. 
4:30 r 3) — Trallg We»t 

(10) — ^Msk« Room tor Di4d* 

(13) — XnncoYwr ^^ 

3:00 (IS) — Hlrktij Monw cntfb 
6:00 ( S) — N«w» at FlTo-fR«jr ShooM 
. .. '10.^ — ^Poopdetk Pappy'a Chife Ahoy 
8:05 ( 3) — Dr. Whltehumt R^orta 
9:10 ( 3> — ^FoUow The Sum 
8:30 (10) — Yoirt Bear 
6:00 (1(0 — Newg at Six 
8:03 (13) — Harry Dowetto 

S:10 ( 3) — SDorta Ronndup 
:18 ( 8) — TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron CochntiM 
«:«! ( 8) — Ve^hermra 
9:30 ( 8)— CB« News 

(10) — RnMler-Brinklffir Resort 

(13)— ll«v«>ri<* ^^ 

•:4» (10) — ^HnntlerBHnklear Report 
7:00 ( 3)— Tho teist 

(10)— Rineoian 
7:30 (10) — ^Mr. Horak 

(13)— CMBbat 
8:00 ( 3)— Red SkdlMi Bsw 

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•:00 ( 8) — PHttioou Jimettoa 

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(ISV— Untooaiililee 
10:00 ( 3) — G«iTr Moore Sliow 

(10)— Aw)* WUUsmi 

(13)— rofitlve 
11:0« ( 3) — lift Bov Final 

(U) — MarMi' Martin 
11:10 ( 3)-~llth Honr Wa«k^ 

(13)— Ml VndT 
11:18 ( 3) — Stera Altan Shew 

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11:88 (1S>— MeMre Ifl 
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11:40 (13)— Theatre IS 
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Early Views Of NBC lltws Staff Retold 



Following are excerpts from Edwin Newman: "The naln 
views of NBC Newsmen reflecting j point thart emerges from Uie dny's 
their reactions on events follow- events is that tte United Stat^ is 
ing President Kennedy's assassina- 1 still a coui^ of violence. Vio- 
tion. The views were expressed | lence plays a part in <mx polttkal 



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(1«)— ?W>P<toeli PapBT'a CTnb Ab«y 
8:08 ( 3) — ^Dr. WMtehniM Rowrta 
8:10 ( n)—a*ener Barfee 
8:86 (Id) — 8aper Car 
8:00 (10)— tiewe at Six 
8:08 (13) — H^rry Dorvetta 
8:10 ( 8) — Sporta Roimdis 
8:11 ( 9)^-TV Alerter 

(13) — ^RoH (Todirane 
8:18 ( 3$— Waattotman 
•:aO ( »)— 698 Ifawa 

(10)— Vnn^r-bliildmr Report 

7:04 ( 8)— atoccaphy 

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during coverage bf the events on 
the NBC Television and Radio 
Networks. 

Chet Huntley: "There is in 
this country, and there has been 
for tew long, an ominous and sick- 
ening popularity of hatred. The 
body of the President, lying in 
Washihgton, is the thundering 
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heard, in recent months, someone 
say, 'Those Kennedys ought to be 
^ot.' A well-known national mag- 
azine recently carried an article 
saying Chief Justice Warren 
should be hanged. In its own de- 
fense it said it was only joking , . . 
It might be the hope and the re- 
solve of all of us that we have 
heard the la^ of tfiis kind of talk, 
joculsr or serious; for the result 
is tiagicaUy the same." 



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Millions Saw 
Oswald Shooting 

Million of viewers saw the live 
NBC telecast Sunday, Nov. 24, 
of the fatM shooting — as it hap- 
pened—of Lee H. OswMd, ac- 
cus^ of the assassination of 
President Kennedy. 

This was tbe firat time in tde- 
vision's 15-yrar history that a real- 
life homicide occurred in front of 
live cameras. 

NBC-TV camene were trained 
on Oswald, flanked by detective, 
as he £tep^ onto a garage ramp 
in the l^is^nent of the Dallas city 
jail for transfer into an armored 
truck. 

/ &iddenly, out of the lower 
ri^it comer of the TV screen, 
came the ba<* of a man. ,A sfliot 
zang out and OswaK was heard 
gasping as he started to fall, 
dutcfaing his sde. 

l^fBC News correspondent T(Mn 
I^t, at tl» soens, reported with 
rci^rained urgency: 

"He's been shot! He's been shot! 
Lee Oswald has been shot! There 
is abajJute panic. Pandemonium 
has broken out." 

Vwwers saw the police swarm- 
ing ovCT aiftback<of the assailant, 
J«:k Ruby, a Dallas nightclub op- 
erator. Minutes later Pettit inter- 
viewed a police officer who said 
he knew the assailant as a local 
man who was frequently at the 
pplice station. 

The entire scene wa srepeated 
by tape five minutes later, at 
^2:25 p.m. EST and again shortly 
afterward. 

1 Before the dramatic shooting, 
NBC-TV had switiAed back to 
NBC News correspondent Frank 
McGee, anchorman in New York, 
after a remote pickup from 
Hyannis Port, Mass., on the con- 
dition of the late R-Sident's father, 
Joseph P. Kennedy. 

Meanwhile, in a nearby control 
room, pictures from Ifelas were 
being viewed over a do^d<arcuit 
awnitor. Then, just before Oswald 
was due to come onto the gara^ 
ramp, NBC News director-produc- 
er Fred >Rhein^ein, in a mdbite 
unit at tl» scene, filled word 
to New York that Oswald was 
£A>oat to come out. 

On-the-air produtjer Chet Ha- 
gan„ in the New York contrcJ 
roomi, inmediately orda«d the 
network coverai^ to shift to 
Dallas. As a result -NBC-TV view- 
ers saw tfie l^diooting as it hap- 
pened. 

Pe4ttt, 38, was bom in Cincin- 
nMi, Ohio, and grew uo in Water- 
loo, low^. He was ^^(hiated from 
Iowa State "Teachers College in 
1^3 and received an M. A. in 
American Studies M the Uniwr- 
sitv of Minnesota in 1958. 

He joined f^BC News in New 
Y«*k in 1960 after asi?nmei^ 
with stations KCBG, Cedar Rao- 
ids, ajld WBCV, in Philadelphia. 
He hm worfced fdr NBC News m 
U» Angdes sirce 1961. Petttt 
lives with his iirtfe and four <M- 
dren in Woodlainl WMb, t sdb- 
iiil> of ta§ Az^des. 



Ufe, and not only through aMis- 
sination. We have seen that in 
the last three years, and the yewn 
before that ... We shsOl ^ar 
much in the next few days abmit 
the need to bind up the woiu^ 
of the nation, about the ne^ for 
all Americans to stand togetiier. 
We may treat those wcnreb tes 
empty slc^ans or as real medt to 
be genuinely met. 'Whatever we 
do, there can be no guaim^ 
that what hapj>ened today will not 
happen again. But what is Vi^tiiin 
(Nir power, we should do. U k 
within our power to be nxn^ sear- 
ious iribout <Mir public life." 

David Brinkley: "There is sd- 
dom any ^me to think any more, 
and today tl%re was none. In 
about four hours, we had gone 
from President Kennedy in Dal- 
las alive to back in Washii^on 
dead, and a new (President in his 
pkce. There is . . . really no more 
to say except that wh»t happened 
has been just too much, too u^ 
and too faM." 

Robert Abernethy: '^ is so 
humbling. We think it could hap- 
pen in a new c(wntry or one just 
learning democracy. It 'happeBed 
to us . . . One thinks of the i^- 
ture of sM of us: WBl we now 
walk with a little less arrc^ance 
a little more cozadousness of 1m)w 
eph^neral are those thinp ttot 
command mo;^ of our time? And 
can we, in some vi^y, in the name 
of John Kennedy, ^vote ouradves 
anew to thM tmax^ ibaA ia so 
unfmisOl^, the cr^vtion of a 
Rkce of men who can live 
together?" i 

Martin Agronsfcy: "We are a 
democnK^, but there is a contin' 
uity to ti»e office of the Prea- 
dency th^ is not unlike tiie inex- 
orabte law of royal suaxaaon. In 
our ^rstem of govermnmt, the 
axiom of d^nocracy is no differ- 
ent than titaft of monarciiy— the 
President is dead; long Uve the 
Presided. <K was thks ^oA w^ 
implidt in a simple, j^ dnonatic 
and harshly reaii^ hemsdieeping 
chore tiiat was perforaied this af- 
ternoon (Friday) in the l^^te 
House. It was witnessed by and 
deeply moved the Senate majority 
whip, Hubert Hunq>teey of iffin- 
nesota. Mr. Humphrey by cham^ 
was Manding in the corridor out- 
side the door of the President's 
Oval Room office in iQie White 
House just a few minutes after it 
was confirmed that John Fitz- 
gerald Kennedy was d^Ki ... As 
he leaned against the wall, one of 
1^. Kennedy's secretary walked 
slowly into the Oval Room. She 
stood {oar a moment before the 



Presidential desk. Thm method- 
ically she began to r^ve (he 
personal knicknacks and memen- 
tos ranged along ttie desk iof... 
It was, of cwrse, a mMO^^M 
and symbolic chore. It deaied 
the desk in tim materiai fashion 
for the maA who imist take up 
the unfinished affajra (^ state 
which fate, in the form of an as- 
sassin's bullets, has ordained that 
John Kennedy shall never finish." 

John Chaneelor (ifeflecttng on 
a mass manorial mating in We^ 
Berlin): "The giant beH of the 
city hall, caMed the Free(ton Befl, 
a gift to Berlin from tiie peqpie 
of the United l^tes, rang deeply 
for about a minute when Mayor 
Willy Bran<k ^i^)ed ^tc^doi^. 
After the toHing of the bell, tin 
meeting ended, but the M.OOO 
^<H>le i^ood in their ]fia^a tor 
a moment or two of absolute, 
dead, total s^nce. R was an un- 
canny mmnent as all tb<Me people 
stood there in comjdMe siknce 
thinking of J<^ Kennedy and 
what be ind the United Stfttos 
OMant to them." 

Joseph I^tei? In Belgnde: 
"Crowds gathered around n<Uo, 
TV, and new^uptr ofi^oes 1h^ 
iBg to leam the news wu un^e. 
Sven I recehred Uk^&ae con- 
dolences frcMn high and tow." 

John Rich in To^o: "Ti» 
iMnumr and sit^k Bag flew at 
tuilf mast ov^ the Soviet embas- 
sy in Tokyo ... and ^s unu»ial 
^^ s(»nehow didn't seem out of 
^^KX at aM to Americans hesee. 
tlie Asians among whom we 
thousands of Americans live made 
tsnching efforts to slare tiie . . . 
grief." 



Pearl Harbor 
Program Set 
ForWBOF 

VIRG^nA BEACH — TMs 
SatomJay at noon, nMiio rtrtita 
WBOF wijl presem a spedal 
documental^ ccuiunemorating the 
twenty-Mcond anniverMry of the 
aieak attack on Pearl Harbor, De- 
cember 7, 1941 . 

Entitled, "T1» Dlay We Can't 
Por^" the profrmn wfll review 
the events that hn)pened in the 
firat two days of World War Two. 
Among ttie nany actual voices to 
be heard will be John Diiey's 
firs^ radio bulletin of the atUck 
and Resident Roosevelt's declar- 
ation <tf war on Jajpan. 

The half-hour dramatzed news 
^>ecial was adapted for radio by 
Bob Gheza from a rtory that first 
aw>eared in the D«»mber 1961 
issue of Pi^eant magazine. Gh&u 
is i^o heard as mrra^, 

Ori^iully heard on D^iember 
7, 1961, tte prt^ram was iiwarded 
a 4>edal dtation by the Virginia 
Associated Pr^ Broadcasters As- 
sociMion as one of the excdknt 
im)grams pnxhiced 1^ a Vii^nia 
ntdio st^on that year. 



The Spirit Is Mm Sbim .... 

Whether you ^idl It Santa 
Cl«is, Km Kri]^ or F^ither 
Christmas, the ^irit is the mme. 
And the Chrutoias present that 
ftts eveiy (locking IS a U.S. Sav- 
mgs Bond. Make ma a "Bond" 
Chrii^fflas for tiiose you to^. 
Y<Nir baidE bu rakutol fre^ Sav- 
ii^-BfflKt ^ Qivelo|>es for ^u. 



Eitoeation Is 
Tl^iOfWTAR 
Special Dec. 4 

WMMXOK -^ WTAR Televi- 
^'8 f^m^ Aftojw and News 
Depaitm«ftt wU pmeU a special 
telroart Wed^ay, December 4, 
1963, 8:0Mr30 p.in., dealing with 
tlw n^(te wd aims of ^e South- 
em ^i^ioiHU ^vtero. 

Tilted "Within Our Reach", and 
to be Meca^ in color, the pro- 
gram win tift ttie story of South- 
ern umverittiw, ttdr research, 
the facultlw and studeirts, with a 
^iq>hic porh«yd of 2(Xh century 
<prop^N» (ffi^Bating behind the 
waHs of Swthem Universiti^. 

The CooMBlwion On Goals Fch- 
HlglMT JMucation In The South 
1ms selected five oroad goals: 
(1) To provide every individual 
with opportunity for maximum 
devdofwwi* of his abilities; (2) 
To produ^ dtiaens responsive to 
the sodal, ecoiKMnic and political 
needs of ttieir tim<^; <3) To achieve 
excellence in teadiing, scholar- 
ship and research; j<4) To «cder- 
ate the economic progress of the 
Southern Region through educa- 
tion and research; and (5) To 
guide tlM region in solving stdal 
proidara created by pt^^il^on 
change racial diff«%nces, urban- 
isation and techrudc^cal growth. 

Included in the br(Mdci^ wUI 
be a discussion between Dr. G. 
Wmiam WWt^mt, WTAR Ne^ 
Analyst aid Dean of Stuctente at 
Old DMninion College, and Col- 
gate W. Darden, Jr., Oiairman of 
th^ Commission on Goals for 
Hif^r Education In The South, 
which w^ hdd at ti^e WTAR 
Television studi<». i 



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TODAY, DECIMIER 3 

LAFAYETTE 

Jack Hawkins 

Orson Wells 

Howard St. Jotin 

F«afur«si %, A, 6, 8, Id 

WED., THtlES, FRI., SAT. 
DEC^ABIR 4-7 

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ACAPULCO 

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Ursula Andress 

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Drama Series 
Attracts Mall 



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The NBC Radio Network has re- 
ceived more than 3,000 Wters and 
postcards commenting on "Exper- 
iment in Drama," two sdenoe- 
firtion stories presented on ^ 
network Sunday, Nov. 17 {%:m-7 
p.m. EST). 

More than 1,500^ me^afes have 
been read, ifll praising the pro- 
gran. The network research ^ 
partment is analyzing the 
sponse to the dramas. 

"Experime;it in Drama" 
broiKicast as the re«^ of a kle 
preemption of 'Med the Pi«ai" 
on that date only. 

listeners were asked to se^ In 
conmjents about the show to 
NBC. New York, or to their tocal 
NBC sUrtion. Radio-TV ciM» 
around ttie omntry have wiitra 
favorrt»ly of <he prograriL 

The two stortes, written Wy Bmr 
R^ftury, were "There Shtf 
Come Soft Rains" and ^bmQ 
H<rar." The first dedlh iMt m 
atomic ^t«^ In 19^ mk ttt 
seomd, a Ifotiaii hmMtos etf 
e»tti wit)f ehfldrra erdMed to 
Mp the sp^nnen. 



WBOF 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
1550 on your /dial 



THIS RADIO STATION HAS BEEN SAYING/ JO YOU, OVER THE AIR, THAT 



"tlvenr conuniinity should support a local newspaper'' 

THIS WE GLADLY REPEAT IN YOUR ONLY LOCAL NEWSPAPER 



ALSO 



SPEAKING FOR OURSELVES - IN THE SAME SPIRIT 

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1. By regular listening to WBOF-make WBOF of a daily companion in your Kome-ifll be real 
good company, 

2. By patronizing your local businesses, particularly the customers of WBOF who make jt possl- 
ble for us ta^rve you sunup to tumef— seven days ■ w«ek 

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REMEMBER-1550 on your AM Dial - 

TUNED TO GOOD TASTE 

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Ll Coventor bfmaks 

TECNmCAL TRAINING 
NEEDED IN STATE 
TO MEET DEMAND 

VlRGIhaA mJsm. — Virginia Ll«rt«iairt CkJTOmor Mills God- 
■»rt» r«;omroeBded THiesd^ that technical training centere l» ertab- 
Ui^ in Virginia to meet tiie increasing demand for ikilled teehnteal 
wffitoi in the Mate. 

m m w^b««s to the Virginia ^ach Chancer of Commei^ 
MmanA ^^^et, jQodwin aid mir preaeat effort in t^ou^ train- 

Int "i^iears to me to be frag-| r— 

wm^, overiaroiBg. «d to far through the rtx^," Go<fwln said, 



tt 4he wlKile area is cont^med, 
l^soordinated." 

(Godwin sa^ Virginia faced a 
proWem ft umteren^to^ront 
nther than uMi^oyment. "Ma- 
ay Virginian make 'hatf a liviAg' 
while skilled jcAi go bes^/' 
ke fiiM. 

He call^ n^ey ^}ent for 
more totaled educatioa "an ob- 
"^^mi^ frise tev^BM^" wHiai 
wduld "pay oH fof eferytme.* 

Ilie technicf^ 4%irters, such as 
G«hto recsMoM^ed, mnild 
fTMte ^ffi^ in^vetion, up- 
liMlMe Wboratori^ and equip- 
omA, mi lA jbf Vb» supf^rtlng 
lervyis necenaty tor training 
Mxl retraining. dc0ed woiters 
m^ lemi-pvMoUl tectoicuns. 

in^ 'mK^ i^fnM this type 
of ^ication to mt {nrm^e tevel 

-iS^ cumrt ti<ttA ccmttaue 




"Virginia manufaeturii^ firms 
will require 97,000 additional 
technically-ifcilled industrial woi*- 

ers during the ^cade." j^^jge Eotoert S. Wahato Jr. (right) "sentences" these* four prominent Virginia Beach men 

^*!f„^»-ll® ^^^^*°^ one year tart Wwr—M officers of toe Virgima B^ch Chamber of Commerce. They are (left 



of not invnrting in training > for 
h^^ ppng Jobs ^Mndd be 
"compeDing to anyone except tiw 
moM ostrich-minded." 

New ChanAer of Comaierce 
offioen were iniUdled at the ban- 
quet by 3^S^ Riribert S. Widiab. 
The MW offices, who will serve 
through tlM 1964 year, are: A. B. 
Crews, isesi<toit; Roy Neil, fli^ 
vlce^realdent; Frank KiUam, ae& 
ond vb>ef reaident; ami Jadi Ha- 
den, tteasurer. 

Mentf>«8 of the Vlr^nU Beach 
.^l^srs ChA au^eafting team, 
who afibuml the wivJd (&mq>ion- 
ship in Mzfesrtiflg thu year, were 
honored at tito bampiet. Team 
medfeors IbHirioe I^tWQxat, ^Is 
J. AliHs, M. L. &«yer, 1^^ L. 
Ki^t,. Jr., and Stanford W. 
Morse were awarded tie clasps 
bearing the dty's qnce cap»ile 
mod^. nwh* wives re<^vMl apace 

^HjIBlIP pile. 

fioy 

Neil, an avid golfer, was prei^- 
ed with a gift of two dozen golf 
ImUs by new preiidrat <^reK^. 



to 
, . . .__- to 
right) A. B. Crews, pres.; Roy M. Niel Jr., firrt vice pres.; Erank Kellam, second vice pres.; and J. R. 
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14. Ctov. Godwin 



Bank Ptamilng 
Pembrske Office 

vmsmOW — Seaboard Citi- 
^na National Bank announced 
fdans today to buUd a branch of- 
fice in the propai^d f 15-milllon 
s^ppii^ center at Pembroke 
Alanor. 

Bask President J. I^e 
Tyter ffl said that Seaboard has 
nuule application to the Comp- 
tn^er 'of tj* Outenqr for p^- 
min^on to establish the office. 

"Hie Pen<tat)ke &)uare Sh»p- 
{>ii^ Center, to Jt)e built at the in- 
tere^tkm of JMepei^ence and 
Virginia Beach Boulevards, the 
entrance tQ Pembroke Manor, idll 
off«> one^alf million square feet 
<rf ftxA* w^Mst to house sonae 40 
n^an ^res and 5,000 parking 

The bank |tens to open tiie 
iww office in a temporary struc- 
tare % mid 1964. 'hm ih^pi^ 
i^ax 'AmM is not scheduted Axr 
cc^^on tt^ 1965, AWimi^ 
Sears, Roebuck & Co., wl^A ^ 
be a put of te man, anUc^atef 
eniiii earlier omftetion of ito 
own huliding. 

A bank ipikenaan siQd thiA 
t«Mi^ plans can for Seaboard 
l^k to t^ ^ may^r teunt in a 
^P^ed noKMrny of fi« bofld- 
nMeh win be |»rt itf flria 
re^ convex. 

tlM Prasfarate Office wffl be a 
luA-soae In-ancb aiMl wUl otter lA 
^ Sw repfo SedMud' aeiid<^i 
iMtoding cbl^^p 4eQ^. A flnl 

ttn to ci^mMI ftmn iwwkfti^ 
•MHtttM uMifk 60 di^. 



Prtee Pronoted 
To VEPCO Post 

VIRGINIA ^AOH — J. R. 
Ibtden, Virginia Beach Manager 
of Virginia lElectric and Power 
Company, ibis w^k annouw^d 
the appointment of James ^L. 
(Scohiii Price, Jr., as Une foreman 
in the Electric Distribution De- 
partment W Vli^nia Beach. 

Price, who assumed his new 
duties Dec. 1, formerly was lead 
lineman in Uie Distributitxi De- 
partment at Ahoski, N.C, He join- 
ed Vepco in 19^ as a lineman's 
Ittlper at SUz^ieth CTity, his na- 
tive town. He became a lineman 
first class in 1^0 and transferred' 
to Ahoskle in 1961. 

In 1M9 Price was selected by 
Ahoskie Junior ChanAer of Com- 
merce for the annual Distinguish- 
ed Service Award. He wrved in 
the Jaycees 12 years, including 
two torms as president of the lo- 
cal club and ^XM term as state 
Vice president. 

A Methodist, he was toacl^r of 
the Young Adult Class four years 
and is now president of the class. 
He has b^n clniipian of the 
Ahoskie High Sclu»l Athletic As- 
sociation four yeafs, is active in 
Boy Scout work, member of the 
Aho^e Reaction GcMnmission 
and on the board of dir^tors of 
Swim For Fun, Inc. 

Curran Painthii; 
At Local Sallery 

VHBGmiA ©EACH — A ^ow- 
iM of oU palMings by John Cur- 
nn opened Sunday at the ^udk> 
Gdlery, msA to C^^bb Aoi't 
Imports at Norfolk and Cypress 
Avemies. 

Citttinidi^ tfirough Dec. 22, tbe 
Curran eiMtM. inl be on view 
weeUa^ fnm 11 «jn. to 6 pA 
and Amdays 2 to 5 p.m. 

Curran, who Uvm in Bon Air, 
has diown In this, ax«a levenl 
tiflKs. Wm the i^ ^m years aA 
the Vii^iia Beadi Biwtfwift Art 
Utow, Oirmm h» ben tmuRM 
<Sm tff^ ftopm- Mie lar ^ 



ART CRAFT FAIR 
NETS S3.000 TO 
AID HANDICAPPED 

V»GINIA BEACH — The Art Craft Fair held Saturday at Star 
of the Sea Recreation Han netted over $3,000 for the aid of handi- 
capped chUdren in the "nctewator area. ' 

'nie eveirt was sponsored by the Parents Council of the Tlntted 
<^etu*al 9^ AsKx^tion of 



Norfolk with ttie anistance of 
many oQier lirterested groufMS. 
Wedne»by's tsdly of the auc- 
<»ssful project was $3,170.44 but 
^ figure U e^pec^ to 



m- 



butions.come in. 

Most of ttje total amount came 
from tl» auctioh of paintings 
contributed to the event by over 
30 local artists. Re^ilts ot this 
aucUon amoui^ed to |1,';^2.50. 

Raffle tickets on a tetevidon 
»t, vacuum cleaner, reaird cab- 
inet ami coffee %rvice brought 
in 1^1; the pared post booth 
nett^ |1^ and the food ixMth 
^10.31 

Other twoUi totals mclude 
country store, $91.01; Christnns 
centerpieces, $105; fish poMi, 
$1§.26; handiwoilc. fSO.lS; hand- 
o-afls, |63.@6; Christmas gifts, 
$54.60; food center, $39.78; and 



contributioi», ^2. 

The television set was woo by 
a family nanud Maxey who Uve 
at Ocean View. Chris Colun*us 
3069 SdtaQfeurgh Avenue, held 
^wtri^ftlK^^rattirWcm 6n Che' Vac- 
uum cleaner; Mn. M. Duck- 
worth, 433 Lakewood Circle, 
won tl» coffee aMvioe; and A. 
H. White, «80 Carwood, win the 
record c^inet. 



Apartmenta 
May Replace 
FrOfltler City 



VIRGENIA BEAOH — FronUer 
City is seeking permission to 
erert a 382-unit apartment com- 
plex on its 26-acre site ju^ south 
of La^in Road. 

An application by the western- 
style amuKment park for a zon- 
ing change from residence sub- 
urban to multiple family resi- 
dence is scheuled for hearing by 
the Planning Commission ^at 8 
p.m. Monday in iMunicl^ Court. 

Plans for the apartnient com- 
plex ^ow 10 buildings with park- 
ing spaw for 440 cars, a swim- 
ming pool, play areas and 382 
units of one, two, and three room 
apartments. 

If the ai^lication is approved 
by City Council, it presumably 
will end a six-year attempt to use 
the tra<^ for an amusement pro- 

In 1956 and 1959 Paul Green's 
ouMoor drana, "The Confeder- 
acy," was printed at ih& site 
b^ WM discontimied after tvro 
spoons of poor attendance. Ibe 
property stood vacant for two 
y^n. 

IUiM» 1961 {Frontier City has 
oper^ed during the sunuaer, crf- 
feri^ viatore, ihostFy children, a 
wrie^ of amusements built 
«t3QMi a re-creirt^ western tomi 

^ m xmf%. 

Vraitin' C^, Iim:., is being 
vqvMisrt^ ^ the law firm of 



Peace Corps 
Tests Saturday 

NOItfOOC — The Peace Corps 
has announced that Saturday is 
the last opportunity this year to 
take the Placement Te^ to quaU- 
fy for the spring training pro- 
grans. 

Virginia Beach applicants may 
teke the test iif room 3A in the 
basement of the Norfolk Post Of- 
fice Building at York and Granby 
Streets. The test wiU be^ administ- 
ered beginning at 8:30 a.m. 
1 0^ most applicants, the test 
will take about one and a half 
hours. Those who claim a know- 
ledge of Spanish or French wUl 
be asked to take an additional 
one-hour language achieivement 
test. 4' 

There are no passii^,*) fail- 
ing marks on the Placement Test. 
The scores are used, along with 
other criteria, to aid in the selec- 
tion process. They help the Peace 
Corps to iplace prospective Volun- 
teers in the moS^ appropriate ov- 
erseas assignments. 

The test consists of a 30-minute 
general aptittide test and another 
of the same length on modem 
1 a n g uage aptitode. However, 
knowledge of a foreign language 
is not required. 

Mrs. Trafton Is 
Traffic Yictini 

VmGI«A BEACH — Mrs. 
I^ucy Trafton, weU-konwn hotel 
opersAor, was reported in "good 
conditicm" Wedne^y at the Gen- 
eral Ho^ital of Virginia ^ach 
wfaoe she was admitted f oUowing 
a traffic aaddnA. 

She wu injured Saturday af- 
teHMwn ribout 3 p.m. wl»n her 
automcAile wm involved in a col- 
li^ nmi ^ A & P Store on 



Hunting Accident 
Victim Is "Good'' 

VIRGINIA BEAC5H — Graham 
White of Virgin^ Beach, who lost 
his left arm in a iiunting accident 
Saturday, was reported Wednes- 
day in "good condition" at Nor- 
folk General Hospital. 

White is assistant civil defense 
director for the City of Virginia 
Beach. 

Reports indicate White's shcrt- 
gun fired accid^taUy in a boat 
as he and two ccnnpanions were 
returning from hunting duck in 
Back Bay. 

Friends told the Sun-News Wed- 
nesday that he is in "very good 
^it& and i& already planning w-l Old Testameiit." His present re- 



other hunting trip.' 



INDEX 



ClanlfiMi 
Editorial . 



Entvrlaiflment 

Fimeratt 

Society 

Sports 



5B 
4A 
6B 
4A 



2&3A 
5A 



Bible Lecture 
Sunday At OD 

NORPOUC — "The Bible— 
Huma.n or Divine?" wiM be the 
subject of a lecture by Dr. An- 
drew C. TunyogI in the next of 
the Old Dominion College Lecture 
Series to be given Sunday, De- 
cember 8, at 4 p.m. in the-Hughes 
LWjrary Assembly Hall. 

Dr. Tunyogi is a native of Hun- 
gary. He received both his bache- 
lor and master of theology de- 
grees from the Theological Sem- 
inary of the Hungarian Reformed 
Church in Rumania. He attended 
Westminister College in Cam- 
bridge, England, and received his 
doctor of theology degree frwn 
the University of Debrecen, Hun- 
gary. 

Dr. Tunyogi served as a minis- 
ter of the Hungarian Reformed 
Church from 1932-M. During the 
latter two years he was jdso a 
teacher at the Theological Sem- 
inary of the Hungarian, the Re- 
formed Church in Slovakia. From 
193844, he taught at the Luther- 
an CoUege for Girls in Budapest. 
From 1944-1%0, he was Minister 
for ^fugees in Germany. 

Before coming to Old Domin- 
ion College in the aimmer of 
1958, Dr. Tunyogi was minister of 
the Presbyterian Church in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, for five yeare and 
taught at PikeviUe CoUege in 
Pikeville, Kentucky for two years. 

He has traveUed extensively in 
Europe and is a distinguished 
scholar .Among his Hungarian 
publication are "Sacrifice in the 
Old Testament"; "The Wisdom of 
Israel"; and "Theological Side- 
lights to the Understanding of the 



Canals Involved 



O.K. Sought For 
Toll Road Spans 

VWWJINIA BEACH — The State Highway Department has asked 
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to approw plans for two pairs 
of fixed bridges on the propo^d Norfolk-Virginia Beach toll road. 

The twin bridges would be located at London Bridge and Grei* 
Neck Creeks. The plans also call 



search deals with "Analytical 
PhUosophy, BMcal Literature". 

Dr. Tunyo^ is a member of the 
Masaryk Academy, Czedioslovak- 
ia; Karoly Ga^ar Academy, Ru- 
mania; Virginia Philosophical As- 
sociation; National A^ociation of 
Biblical Insltructors; and the So- 
ciety of Biblical Literature. He is 
currently president of the Old 
Dominion Humanities Qub. 

The tedure is free and open to 
the public. * 



for a relocation of the creek 
channels at 'ttie two sites. 

Both locations figure promin- 
ently in city-endorsed plans for 
a network of canals for drains^ 
and recreation purposes. 

Proponents of the canal system, 
which would link Lynnluven In- 
let with Back Bay, Rudee Inlet 
and the Inland Waterway, main- 
tain that the new bridges sbmild 
allow a 16-foot vertical clearance 
for fishing and pleasure craft. 

Ilie plans submitted by the 
State cjdl for a vertical clearance 
of 7.6 feet at London Bridge 
Creek and 7.2 feet at Great Neck 
Creek. 

However^ City Engineer Charles 
Kiley, a member of the city's 
Waterways Stoxdy Committee, said 
Tuesday he did not anticipate dif- 
ficulties in getting the plans, 
changed to aUow the necesMly 
vertical clearance. 

'The clearances maitioned by 
the Highway Department should 
be considered as minimum clear- 
ance for the Army's approval," 
Kiley ^d. 

Tlje Waterways Study Conjmit- 
tee was formed in October to co- 
ordinate the ^icfftjj^ &e m|5iy 
per^hs interested in flie eanid 
plans and related problems, ac- 
cording to its chairman, R. E. 
Dorer. 

Dorer indicated that City Couih 
cil had informed the State High- 
way Departn^t of plans for the 
canal system and the clearances 
that would be required by boats 
using such canals. 

"I beUeve that eventuaUy the 
caimb win go in and it's just good 
planning to ImiW bridges whidi 



would be high enough for boats 
to pass under," Dorer said. 

Tlie Army Engineers do not 
plan a public hearing on the 
bridge |rians submitted 1a^ the 
Hi^n^y Defrartment. fin a publk 
notice i^ued Friday the Corps 
states, "Whether the plans tor 
each set of bridges and tfw cha^ 
nel relocaticms wiU be apro^ 
must rest primarily upon their 
effert on navigation. However, 
protests or objection trased upon 
otlier pertinent aibjecfcs wiU be 
considered and made a part of tte 
record." 



Shooting Victim 
Coi£tioB Critical 

VHJGB^IA BEACH ^ An «k!C- 

trkian's mate at LitQe Creek Na- 
val Amphftiious Ba% was in criti- 
cal condition in Portsnouth I«^vd 
Hospital after being shot in the 
chest by an unidentified woman 
outside RodlEwefl HaU "nieslay. 

Willard Flanders, 26, of Nor- 
f^ was placed on the critical M 
*' ?JPj?:£:» ^J Kgt^. aftg r bdng 

ried adl*bJtf^ i4Mlr- 

A native of ftrk^^oit, Conn., 
Flanders wa& co^te^ed vith Spe- 
cial Services Dej^rtanMl at tte 
base. iHe refK>rtedly hid been 
working in RcnkweU HaS, u^ as 
a gymnasium, iboitty b^ore the 
^KKrting. 

Tbe vranan, whose nme Ui 
not been released by autboritlH^ 
Uves on ^ bsee. The FBI 4s tl- 
vest^ting. 



HONOR SOCIETY TAPS BEACH SENIORS 




Mrs. Triton is owner of the 
AoMi 4 On»Avo in ite q^lica-iABieoiaite Ibll tm Atlantic Ave- 
«te te sdM^ (tengi. , mtt nd 2tti S^^t 



These Virginia Beach High School Students were tapped into th^ational Honor Society recently. Seated at the front are the new 
officers: Jack Tucker, president; Wendy Farmer, vice president; Bev erly Kay, secretary; and Jack Todd, treasurer. (Boice Photo) 



VIRGINL^ BEACH — A select 
group of Virginia Beach High 
School students mere recently 
tapped into the Naticmal Honor 
Society at special ceremonies in 
the school auditorium before the 
stod«it body. 

Menrt)ership in this s>ciety is 
based on scholarship, service, 
leadership and character. In order 
to qualify candidates lAust have 
a 90.00 scholastic average for his 
yrars in hi^ school. To remain 
a membs- he must maintain this 
avs^ge. 

SdKwl Principal James M. Hel- 
mer InAall^ \ht itewly etected 
of&iera. TlK^ Indude Jack Tuck- 
er, prreadent, Wendy Farmer, vice 
pre^nt; Bercrly Kay, secrrtary; 
w^ Jwck lodA, tre^uier. 



Seniors who were tapped into 
the society include Carolyn Bosh- 




Princi^ Hdm^ 



er. Norma Glennon, PoUy Hager- 
man, Jo Ann Mathias, Richard 
Nolan and Terry Smith. 

Juniors who were ta^pped in- 
clude Linda AHen, Pam Anderson, 
Virginia Bailey, James Batchl^-, 
Sherry Brooks, Lynn Costenbader, 
Wanda Crutchfield, Paul DeWitt. 
William Duckworth, Chris Han- 
son, Leah Henry, Louis Hubbard, 
Margaret Kenley, Pat Murphy, 
Margju^ Preston, Joe Small, 
Chartotte Sprt^, Sam Sy^, 
Bart Theberge, Dale Wilajn and 
Max Wylie. 

Last year's members who main- 
tained the qualifying average are 
Jani(% Baun, Tom Ben^ l^san 
Blo^r, Georgia Christ^, Jrtm 
Everett, Wendy Farmer, Billy 
Hart, Gail K^lan, Clara Kataas, 



Beverly Kay, Sue Lawler, Spencer 
Lott, Sandra McNicholas, Ctmnie 
Medas, Pat Noden, April Ram^, 
Steve Stri(^er, Jack Todki, Jack 
1\icker and Donald White. 

HOOTENANNY SET 
AT VIRGINIA BEACH 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Vur- 
ginia >B^u:h Hi^ Scboid Y-Teeas 
win sponsir a Hootenaaiq Sabv- 
day at 8 p.m. in the g^s^um. 

Feahired will be 'fte C^OKroads 
Trio, the Cburch K^ ami the 
Coactoi^. 

T^lKts wffl be ?S fints in ad- 
vance or |1 «t te ^im. 

ProcM<k wil be Med for a. 
sdiokuribvte«L 



o .'. ..i^h SUN-N^S, Thursday^ December 5, 1963 
age 2A 



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TRAYLOR OPTJCAL CO. 

Vifglnla Beach'f 0ILY 
GUILD OPTICIAN 

1369 Uskin Road, Professional BIdg. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

GA 8-4020 



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WITH A MUTUAL FEDERAL 
HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN 




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OF NOBFOUC 

NOMOLK / POFTSMOIJTH / VIEGINU BEACH 




PARTY 

TIME 

IS HERE 




For ttott j^unorous cveniogs 
that yon enioy so miich — step. 
Oft in spwuing clean freshly 
pressed clothes. Expertly done 

Sisi LAeanerS 
325 Lukin RokI 

OpfiMH* Colonial Slera, 

eA 8-2801 





% FIRST STOP IS HE«£ 
FOR LITTLE GIRLS 
FOR UniE BOYS 
\ onxMIES & DADDIES 
AND 
EVERYBODY 
SAYS DROP IN ... . TODAY! 



Sport 

Vogue For Fall 

"Be « spent" u t^ ^Ucni ^ 
vice for fall, and fite pi^ ^k)^ 
ive look is sldllte% ii^Kin^ted % 
the latest OalifaWa ooBe<SiQra. 

This fail, West CJoa^ desifnere 
&nror ^ ea^, tailored Imea of 

«rvd atbome oikfits etegsmt 
@»mgti lor eveniflis out 

f^biftuni fiivoMtM lAelude the 
jiHnper, AoTt for day, hst^ far 
eveni]^; moA ttie <»^unK, 8ta4e 
up of i»i«^g^s ^yle4 tm n^^^tt 
more ttnft iraMte^. Hie mk 
wmr ifllhieiHe b noted in cxAUm 
kaK ixa^ wsek fvm^i «atf 
wal^-areptfleiit iiooded iMtrkar. 

19)6 ^inq>er «bom up nkMit 

with or YiMbout a long-dee^ 
bioi^e. It's sMfty in art, nd oeB 
be tifhMted lid^ at <ttie mM, 
AnotlMT iinport)«qit a&pmiit b 
tlw W9t, p«rt of fflw la^red-look" 
cdita^. Hip4c»!^th ve;^ or 
jerkini we newfy p^Hilar. 

fUaic and cokr are «l-unpafi- 
ant wlien ^ sffliouMte is itt^Mv 
(tefined. aw} both ^y itti^ 
i^et in the <Miten4i coUeetjon* 

fMI tnd wlaler wel^ coMiUs 
s^ilb «id ri|^ |S) tlNT, are oiiS' 
bM iB a fti^oWfc mixture ttf 
t«i«tbs ^f e^i^ Qie ttbtOtetf 
Q^« CWiWr f^Qrts. 

fbt iWNd Mirtra . . . vW 
wate «»th^wf , new pfM^ Wr- 
duroys, and cotton knits ... are 
leaders, along with the plu^ cot- 
ton su^e and ridi velveteen, botSi 
solid<o)or <md pmtted. SnMXjOi 
broadcloth cobtons in iKovincij^ 
priffte, paisteys, and ibatiks are 
used for hd<MMe« and coordinsrtii^ 
tons. 

Colors tend to be in rich, vraxm 
tones. Redi and blues, in a ivide 
range of bdd new shades, are 
strong . . . wMi craiberry and teM 
the t(^lavoi4te& 

file brown iteies, from beige to 



rte rulM m tar arf il^ M tt^r io y^^ tti |rfd ^ of MMs 
and mtf tt rf ^Mi i^ pMll Iv iMi ft»M f«* m hmm. 





tfM RMd^, Mt ^ to tmmk 



s?:^' 



« S*f. ta frM^ IT frMair OM* ^*^ 
Hrtaal «v MMs or aiMrtlni at S 
M'f: hi IM «to fWii>g»Mal «r ^ 





iMl «r tiiHBW. nMH| Hw Hmm H 
IN wiTiM 1MB vnn Mn >mb 
iterwi i«a|nt 



Kf' :m fMdi liiMiM 

rtf 'Alt cbmit 

la <|v«fi{7 IT m p«cK«ci cflirtMtf 
M iW cM to tmielh«<k tant 
40*F., «M tMipir^Mt' MtMl ■ 
nfriiirstoi* 




dark diocoleite, wet SMre inqtor- 
(ax^ ttiw m fwt seasQiis. €h»e 
ooanfiankHS &te gctfd rad amber, 
wtaM) appear aioiie «r i« «!cm]l»it» 
aiioD witii o/Om #am cqI(»>s. 

In labric, c(^r, aid Ikie, C^- 
tacBOA M.caOoot place « ine- 
miiun on ttiB spbitive kA . .\ 
ywMM, cemA, md i^ for 
active Hiving. 





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P. 

MONPAY THROUGH SATURDAY 

909 3%t» Sflrett 
1904 JM^irik A^niM 






Original - '"We'U Decoiate Your Mea" 

Mrs. Moore's iakery 



NEXT TO BE'LO SUPER MAMCET 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

WHAT AMUT T0BdK)K80W? • 

Why siMHiMB't you enfl>y setf-coirfidace? Coofidenoe is nothiay 
intt expecting to laai^ t^ km «Dpre«ion. And nolMng ^ves a womas 
more ocntfidemx ttea Ititi^ and looking bewtiCul. Never asnHne 
beauty, k's uvwm, ypu ha^ %o take actfonl What't the tobition? 

maei hMd> ^ ^6Mty WW shape your hm wi«i junMhe ligfit 
hair ^ • isnAitty tthmtd pamaBoa^ wave and a p^wnaiSnd 
hatrstyns cm ^ y«urs! Your head wll have a (Houd Utt a&d ydaV 
took and t«M ta^^er witti i«ir<o(rf M^ice! 

STYLISTS 
MBS. TERRY l^fl^ REED 

m^ WH)WDER MR. VINCfeNT 

We ttfc fM^ to anriouncc that Mr. Vinceirt has recently 
joined ditf staff 'f^ experts; 

LASKIN ROAD, VOIGINIA BEACH PimM 6A 1.3191 

fMtmtaOUL UOCATlOfi 

IM |nililiii*pr.. #aN« CorsCT — tk. 583-1S19 



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ROSENS 
STplES 



SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHtERS 



, IN FULL SWINQ 

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ... 

OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY NIGHTS TH. f rm 
UNTm "CHRIOTMAS THURSDAY NIGHT^, MfiW 

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Hut (durdeners 

Kii^VaLE — Tilt Hwrt 
Ccmntiy Garden 0ub held its 
NoveMi>er flieetisi at tt» hone 
of tha present, Urs. J. V. C^tfc. 
It wa tt informal nieetinf ftr 
monbers to become t)et{er ac- 
q|uaiirtad. 

Higltert awards for 
ments -w&iA to Ws. D. 
tos. C. R. Rush, Mrs. C( 
Ifas. W. P. Ste^th. AhI^ wert 
XhMiB Ite»md Ladle i^tot G«> 

' -I.I. ■<b,..i.. ,-„■ .11,. 

DAMIECKWIYES 
PLAN LUNCHEON 

DAM ^^OK — The Dan Neck 
Officers Wives Gv^ Itmsi^oin 
will be beld December 10, at 
Oceaia Officers Mess. 'Rie social 
hour' ^arts at 11:^ and lunch 
will be served ai noon. 

A Chr^bn^ pre^gram taSknm^ 
kinch will consist oi the Mncass 
Anne Hi^ SdKwA dmt wad&e 
tttt dir^Ttion of (3ark (kav^. 

Husbands are invited and r^sr- 
vstonsmay tM node ttiraugh Wn. 



I! Tou Ask^Mi ^^^^^m* 

Bmm Piwnwitiiii i n Af^ 




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r^iidg^ dined <>n grass in the sixth century, * 



, first iPul eater oft record. 

itos ofm many §ten from vriiich to choo«e, and 

CMf tfie gre^ listod M^ to ^e how nnich salad know-how 
you have. * 

J^MMibM hMm^ A tall, cyli^rical Iwad wit& stiff, spoon- 
Oau^^^m ufii'ir peMfii% s«^ Omx, Bxcdlent served with . 
tomatd^ fttf a simple si^d: 

IcelMts hmam Oua^f) hetA wiA tightly-packed, crisp/ 
brittle leave. T^ur to ti^ in tt^ed AAite ttr »t into quavers and 
serve akoe. / ' 

BoiHw Mla^t <3Cwi^^dted BhIMmA Rosett»>s]iape bead 

tossed ^^m. 

Ifi MM« lanstiwes «i^^ X^m^. Om mm^Mi^ 
are swsefimrfewier. Use ttw w^wfc lemA mixal with oftfir vrmm 
or use 

_ wm Wlo', l^ther^ taavei wwa ratoet a ^tier Jiava. 
Adds m^ffiit t> Uce^ yeen sidpi^* 

s Adds (^p green ook»r, lively Oavor, extra vitaniiiM 
and mu:^ab. Use inatoiui (^ & cooMmd wi^ lettuce. Wonksful 
with Wih <rf (^lp» WilkM. 

fflMwMt Dttik, green and 1^ w^ a diaip, P^fwy flavc^. 
High W vHttUds. Use mutn^y in a Mdad; geMrdosly as a j^iraish. 

CilvfK AttiA to m oikm, wM^^^^^ sIm bvrn «tf^k^ 
tc^. Sta^ fii» mA settler in my sIdiMi ttMt tusi^ lefiitod omm 
ftovw. 

Es^n^ Rmi^ textured daric gr^n leav^ e^^ in ydlow 
with « tfi^ ^1^ Aivor. Wondt^l in mixed grem salwb. 

SoMmIi T^(kr ywng (vto&s wndi a te^te, ^Mmis Aivor. 
Good io asfpe^i nUra. ^ 

INof^ who faiow tiwu- salad p^m ^m mjoy in»e variety m 



Cotton, That Is 



CliFi$lmas QifU By Yard 
Idea Urged By Council 





UttVn vuX-Ot IS— Latest gUt-, 
Muddlnt M<MS tat ^<»tKMa«; 
dgpi tfteieBto an cMm l l AHia ! 

tke deft. OaalgM iactade a! 
oUiTwia or tote lM«r Witt roo*j 
SMi rsaalBf frsm iTreaeh! 
9m* i fm to i^Baaae ivtalh Byj 
A]|0 JMrio. 

Aiy your Ghriitmaa f tfts by 
0ie yani this y«ir aul youll save 
tMOi tine and tnoi^, advi^s ttie 
N^o^ Co^n COuhctt. 

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Chanx^d steaks AS (Aio{», seafood, s\ 



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THE CIWISTMAS GIFT SHE 
WHJL WMR WITH DISTINCTION 

DWAIYNE Lingerie-Detailed By Hand 

DORIAN House Coats And Hostess Coats 

BSENM^ Jewelry 

VILUGEII Shetland Cardigans, 
Oxford Cloth Blouses And Skirts 

HADLfY Dyed To Match Ca^vnere 
Sweaters And Ski rts 

NINA RICCA Paris Entire Collection of 
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Ume AND SHORT FOMMaS FOR 
^C^#AYFESTM^ 




MKlir A cnrr— ) 

ftMa make It , 

•Vir Msn. tMlwa aMI^MM^ 

ymA ar tatato^ pm^M 
di^aHi te^fHia Mbm^ IiMhi 
•r tt« Ik^pj' taiuB Mn^ 
(above) bmIms ^4M« ' 
luff iwjmi i a ki«i w^ 

^ deu^ tt's eaner ^^u ei^ 
to im& vp fsy OttMnas ^fte. 
OA Ml <M^ and i^biMtiiuu 
Iff Pfrtlta^ than (i«e^r are 
li^tod dii«<^ onto a ^grd of 
ecMin ^lalc. Ai ymi do ii rat 
«it the ^signs, stttcfa in diraoM, 
Wd you've ot^rted Planning 
gifts wttout aU the bother of 
*o|^^ around for paMwte, 
hiik&, ami notions. Inexp^i^ve, 
^ 'cutHWi «n lor' 1»8 ttian a 
dol^a yaid. 

Among tt» gift d^ugiu otfend 
in «b»e new ftf>rics are pajama 
bi^ pillQws, stuffed toys, and 

Wip^^my appeiding to chfldren 
«re the new pajama .l»g prints, 
offaaped in the Aape of a cud^ 
ktfto or a fio^y-eared pui^. 
^ labrk is pitted so that one 
ride of tte bag i^mrs t!% face of 
a wktoawtke kitty or pupjqr. 
Turn k mer at b^ltime, and the 
revei» skle ahow« the same ani- 
mtf fl^ aiteep. Priirted instnic- 
Uotts eaU for toe inseitk>n trf a 
lOim^ app^ at the top of ttie 
xMtsfft I^kI so youn^ters can 
rtuW ^wta pajamas imiite. By 
etemnitog the oi»ning, tlw pa- 
juna fas^ oA<nxU can be u^ 
to toate tiiiow pUlows. 

S^^i^ toy cuiiwts are avail- 
^^^In t^ ^uq>« of k bunny, a 
ctom or a panda. These we de- 
^iWfl to l» sin^ay rtttched to- 
g^hw and staffed with cotton 
bMttng. 

A Ittufty cany-aa or tote bag 

kntttii< MWMS in three diflerent 
eiit-<3iH dskgas. One features an 
idniMK prhit; another has a 
Fr«ch pcK)dte motif, and ti» 
toird . a mfd!^)eny draiei. TOe 
^rititt pnnted with an Mdition- 
ti, ci^Hit tiiat makes a t^a»^ 
pocket on toe <»^de of tli to^ 
Isg. 1^ fin^iRl tag is 22 m^^ 
Um- rOT e:^ rtrttigth. line it 
i^ a solMl Abrk from teft-^i^ 
sew^ scn^ «• from tiie rdfr 
ittht «uiter. 

jn ad^oD to tiie cut-out de^ 
s^n, you'B find a wealth of col- 
im OMa ifftated with Christ- 
flwiia^ <ff bof- - -'- — that 
wuQye^^iiufa: 



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1 



Weddings 




Mrs. James Oildwell Re{»ss 

Miss Hood Married At Oceana 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The marriage of Miss Sandni Shipley 
Hood and James Caldwell Repass, M.D., took ^ace Siturtky, 
November 30 at 11 o'clock in the Chapel <rf the Good Sh^herd, 
Naval Air Station, O^ana. Chaplain Warren Bost performed the 
^rasumy. 

The bride is the daug^Mer of C^pt Alexander Haldeman Hood, 

VSN, mn..) and Mrs. Hood. The 

in^d^nxxto is tb« son of Mrs. The bricte had as her maid of 
:hmm Chapnan R^was of Liun- honor, Miss Quadra May of l^or- 
heiport, West Vki^ and the folk, and ^i^iaaoore "njoropson 
late Dr. James Chapman Repass, of RiclMnond was best man for 

Capt. Hood, VSN ^et.) pive Mr. &Bth. 
his daug^rter in narriage. The After a wedding trip to rfor- 
bride wore de lustre satin appli- folk, tfie cmiple will live at 902 



qued with seed p^u-ls. The oval 
neckline yms finished with den- 
con laoe; long sleeves emled in 
-weMa^ points over the handi. 
Piimsss lines fitted the wai^. Tt» 
skirt extended into a i;hi^l 
length train. Her waist length vefl 
of inserted illusion was arranged 
frdto a tece and i^ari crown. 

Mrs. D. Lee Kval^ of Penm 
Grove, 4*J, im her IftrtWi ma- 
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were 
rRuth Ann Hood, sister of 
bride, and Mrs, D(u»ld 
Gewge Hartley of Chicago, ni. 

Balph C^wen of Suffolk was 
his n^hefw's 1^ nun. Gnxm^ 
men were Russell E. Booker, Jr. 
of Richmond and D. Lee K^^hies 
of Penns Grove, NJ. 
A wedding breakfast was ^ven 
ti the Commissioned Officers' 
Cli*, Naval Air Station, Oceana. 
Aiter a wedding trip to the s)uth- 
em rtat«s, the couple will live in 
IHirham, North Carolina. 

Out at town piests includjed 
Ifir. and M«. George Connor W 
Harriitourg. Pa., Ifr. and M«. 
Mm Rege of Baltimore, Md., 
Miss Edith floto of Chicago, Dl, 
Mr. and Mrs. lEugene Floto of 
Comi^vffle, Pa., Mrs. George 
Price of Denarest, N.J., Dr. and 
Mrs. Fred Repass, Mr. Fred Re- 
]»», Jr., Mr. James A Reoass of 
Salem, Va., Mr. and Mrs. William 
Roacoe of CharlottsvUle, Mr. and 
Mrs. Maurice Rottenburg of Bal- 
timore and Master R. Christopher 
Harfley of Chicago, god-son of the 
bride. 



KIRBY - BEAVER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The mar- 
riage of Miss Joan Lourdes Kirby 
and Charles Emmett Beaver Jr., 
took place Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m. 
in the home of the bride's oarents, 
2344 Great Neck Circle. The cere- 
mony was performed by the Rev. 
John Hendricks. 

The bride is the daughter of Lt. 
and Mrs. George Wilcox Kirby Jr. 
•Hie bridegroom's oarents are Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Emmett Beaver. 

lit. Wiby gave his daughter in 
marriage. Jfrs. Preston Justis Jr., 
aister of tiie bridegroom, was the 
bride's mstron fl«f honor and only 
attemlant. 

Mr. Beaver was Iwst man for 

his WR. 

A reception foUow^ the cere- 
mony, later, tix courfe l*?ft for 
41 we<Wnp trip over the Skvltne 
Drive. Tlwy will live at 5*^ 
^outiJ Ottawa Road. 

WHItAKER — SMITH 

^4SfB«?T0N. DC. — Miia 
BaiTOffa J. Whittker was marrW 
to R<*ert Lertv Smitii Jr., Nov. 
22 at 1 p.m. in Congress Heights 
Mettratfat CSiuw*. 

Tim talde is tl» dwghter of 
Mr. wd Ifrs. A. m. 'matAer of 
Nor**. The SffhNpwoi is <he 
ma 0* ifr, and Ma. R. W. B<^- 
len <rf \^i^^!ia fi^dL 



Manor Road, Apt. WS, Alexandria, 
Va. 

4 

MALLES— PEASE 

BAYSH)E — MiM Virginia 
Kramer Malles and Ros Carlton 
P^se wcflre married Thursday at 
4 pjm. in Baykke Methodist 
Church, "nw Rev. Oscar S, Good 
perfoi»©d the c^emony. 

The bride is the dmi^rtear of 
Mr. ami Mrs. I^^h R. Msdles of 
Lakeview Shoi^. The bride- 
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. 
Mauri<» E. Pease Sar. of Lynnlav- 
en Colony. 

Mr. Malles gave his daughter in 
marriage. Mrs. Charles A. Ecker 
of Stewartstown, Pa., was the 
bride's matron of honor. Brides- 
maids were Mrs. John- Wright of 
Amherst and Miss Jo Ann F^si. 

MMirice E. Pease Jr. was best 
man for his brother. Groomsmen 
were Arthur Adkins and \yalter 
Knapp. 

The reception vras hdd in ttie, 
Nautilus Rown of the White Her- 
on. After a vwdding trq> to The 
Homestead in Hot Springs, the 
couple will Uve at 213-80Ui St. 

SEARS — BAXLEY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Georgia Anne Sears was n»arried 
to Patrick Grealy Baxley Saturd^ 
in St. Gregory the Great Catholic 
Church. TOe Rev. Paa:hal N. 
Kneip, OjS.B., performe#the cere- 
mony. 

, The bride is the daughter of 
Mrs. Geor^ Qarence Sears Jr. 
of Norfolk and ttie late Mr. Sears. 
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Newsom Elwjn Baxley. 

Leon E. Piper, grandfather of 
the bride, gave her in marriage. 
Miss Linda Lea Mwards of Nor- 
folk was maid of honor. Bridw- 
maids were Misses Shiriey Hood 
and Bmnda Sue Sears, aster of 
a»e bride, of Norfolk. 

William A. Baxley TI of Ports- 
mouth was best man. Grooms- 
men were Leo T. Zoby Jr., Itabert 
L. Johansen, Ronald J. Carvedi 
and Ronald L. Sears, brother of 
the Imde. 

A reeepti<m foltowed. in tlw 
church social hall. After a wed- 
ding Mp over the Skyline Drive, 
tl» couple wiH live in^the Talbot 
Park Apartments on Marcy Street, 
Norfolk. u. *^ ^4 



PHllCfiS AIME SCi^ 
PLAN HOOTEHANinr 

LWtt«IA"^W — Tlie ^dttrt 
cwpo^ive a«»ei^wn <Mr Mn- 
0^ AnM fl^ Mmd wM mm- 
wr a *^<Mt«tnny" fWdi^, Dec. 
6, in to W^ achool ^m begin- 
i^ at )B p.m. 

©rtertainnwnt wttl be featured 
by "t^e Coachmen" and tl» 
"A^way Trio" plus Priiwe^ 
Aime's own sp^did talent. Oiess 
will be casual. AAnission prtee is 
75 centa per peason. 

Tf» S.C.A. lOso exten<ta a cor- 
dial invitation to all the hi^ 
schools in the E^^ Dirtrict to 
come and paitk^te in Uie f un 
«f a' hooteian^. 

WOMAN'S CLUB TO 
HOLD CHRISTMAS MEET 

VBMJWIA BEACH — The 
Princeas Anne Woman's Chib of 
\^irginia B^ch wiH !»ld ito 
Ohristma* niwting TuMday at 
11:30 iM. at Pine Tree Inn. 

MenAers will enjoy a prognm 
on art with Mrs. S. T. Whitfield, 
fine arts chainnan, in ch»ge. 

Mrs. Roger Burson, program 
dMunnan for tiie VirguHa Beach 
Art AKOCifttion, will be guest 
^jeaker and music wiU be pro- 
vided by the Sdwrzo En^nAte. 

Hanbo's 11^ locd artMs! will 
eiAflrit Qieax original wufci of art 
and Mrs. praee Tudctt of Prin- 
ces; Anne High Sclwd will Omr 
drawings by her students. 

Mr. Grace Duval will re^ an 
ori^nal poem and Mrs. Ifaay E. 
Billups win be in cbar^ of decor- 
atioi^. 



KEHPSVILLE 
CLUB MEETS 



KEMIRSVILLE — The Kenqa- 
ville Garden Club held its Nov- 
ember meeting at the Emmanuel 
Epi8coi»l church last Monday. 

ContrilHittons were made by 
dub men*ers to go towards a 
Thanksgiving Dinner for the men- 
tally retarded chiWren of Virgin- 
ia Beach. 

Plans were made for the annual 
Cauistaias Dinner Dance to be 
held on Decen*er 14th at the 
F.OJP. Club on Bryant Road. 

Mrs. John W. Moore won tl« 
Pandora's Box for the most ar- 
tistic and original decorating of 
the year books. 

Blue ribbon winners for the 
evening were Mira Kathleei^ 
OT^Ae, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. 
Wesley HardisM, aiK^ Mrs. Leona 
Aydlette. \ 

Bay Colony Chb . 
Balie Sale Dec. 19 

The Bay Colony Garden Club 
has announced its annual C3mst- 
mas Green Sale which will take 
place Thureday, Deceniber 19 be- 
ginning at 9 a.m., accordii^ to 
Mrs. W. A. Whitehurst, chairman 
of the event. 

Greens will be sold in front of 
the Colonial Store on 31st Street, 
and the A. and P. Store on Laskin 
Road. Items include White Pine 
and Hemlock roping, and wreaths. 
The sale is the only money-mak- 
ing projMt the Garden Club spon- 
sors, and the piweeds are used 
for laeautification of the comnnm- 
ity. ' 

Greens may be ordered in ad- 
vance of the sale by calling Mrs. 
W. A. Whitehurst at GA 8-9970. 

IC«CW«C«Hlf«:«M»i»K4 

Just In time . . . 

jPre-Chrittmat FUR^ SALE! 

jWe have sold the finest 
{in furs to our custonners 
['or over forty years. 



Engagements 

CONGLfTON — RUSSELL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mra. 
Alton L. Hoggani announces tlw 
trodding plans of her dwi^er, 
Bartwra Hoggani Con^etow to 
C^ifl Brv<^ fltos^. Jr., son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Cedl Bryoe RuseH, 

'Ox weddtog will take ftoje in 
Om VknfiM fieadi Sfe4bodii«. 
Cta^ei OS Deoeoob^ 14. 




. . Sold at the 

Lowest prices. 
I Come in and be convinced 
jYou nr>ay use our charge | 
or lay-a-v^ay-plan. 




102 W. Frawnaton St. 
Dial MA 2-6880 

'Ouf Fine Furs Make 

Warm Friends* 




COTTON -aW ■' 

to|rfary tr«e for your Chriitmsf , 
toMe. A 8Ui4-fUied flofwcr vet; 
and eut-<rfr broonulleic, botki 
ivr»ye4 vHth coM paint, ferai; 
tnw and ■torn. For tree t^^^ 
ponch cottOM Nittinf inte 1M', 
■haped from chicken irti«4 
Deeorate with silver gVtl^t, 
green holly iMvet, and ^wAd: 
tres erna|V^e"i*. 



SfttDRlAY SOCIALS 
AT FOP CLUB 

PllBK^SS AI#ffi — Ji^ 
PovHer and his Innd vrlll furnish 
muiic for dancirv at tlw POP 
Lodge No. 7 Club at Prince® 
Anne Saturday from dM p.tn. to 
12:10 am. 

Pr^^eding the dance Floyd 
WataTfMd, a nien[rt)er of the dirti, 
will sponsor a private dinner par- 
iy for members of Vii^nia Na- 
tiflMl Guwd, Battery C, of the 
^9Qi Divsion. The »>cial hour 
iwn *art at 8:30 p.ni. 

The club dining Kwm will be 
open to menrit>ers for dinner. 

Mrs. Kay Rigsbee, ' manager, 
asM tiiere will be no cltA bulletin 
tois veek since there are no other 
scl^uled events for the week- 
end. 



W^siare Groip 
Meets At VEPCO 

VTOGINU BEACH — Tlie 
W o 1 fmare Plantation Garden 
Club met Nov. 19 at the VEPCO 
Eledrk: Living Center. 

"Mil. Betly Jo Curran, hame 
economist, presented a demonstra- 
tion,, illustrated wiUi slides, on 
"A Li^ Touch for the Holidays". 
Following the demonstration, a 
Christmas dessert and coffee were 
served. 

The club awarded blue ribbons 
to Mrs. A. P. Calhoun and Mrs. 
M. J. Schwartz, and a red ribbon 
to Mrs. 'R, W. EUiuU. Jr. 



Virginia B#ach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, Decamber 5, 1*^ 

Page 3-A 



INSURANCE ~ REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



JARVIS ..o KITCHIN 



Established 1911 
231 VA. BEACH BLVD. 



GA 8-7755 



It's NOT 
TOO LATE 




can STILL bo 

Imprinted 

with YOUR name in color! 



OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 

Ml* AllMrtk At*. M« Lm«b Road 

GA S-3451 GA 8-S344 




BROWSING IS PUN AND PROFITABLE AT 

HIRTZ BAZAAR 

«M-7088 

227 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 

OCEANA 



OPEN 9 to 9 



EASY TERMS 



FURNITURE-ANTHQUES-APPLIANCES 

Used Wathera, Dryers, Refrigerators and Ranges 



BEDROOM SUrrE^-Hmrt- 
1^ Ck»loaiiil, 4 poi^r bed, 
imatt n^ chMt, dr^mr 
wWt nirror, ^H/eA on ^est. 
Exceil^ cmMiitfoii. . 

ANTIQUE DINING ROOM 
TABLE — Urge; S4-iiich 
round s<rfid oak, ^ngte pe- 
de^al, claw feet Go^ con- 
dition. 



TABLES — Blade walnot 
$35; Pine drop leaf $20; Ma- 
pte cxteaaoB $20; Ma^e 
luurvest batterfly dropleaf. 

|42. 

HIDE-ABEDS— Sealy eariy 
American style $125; Ameri< 
can Hide-died, raiphtrii^ered 
in eariy Amoican crochet. 
$150. 



BUSY 
ETTY 
ELIEVES IN BANK CHECKS 



■■% 




She can pay all bills safely fry mmJU Can- 
celled diecks are her receipts; check stubs, 
her records of expenditure. WHY DON'T 
YOV OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT, 
WITH US? 



OFFERING ALL BANKING SERVICES: 



• Home Improvement Loans • 

• Savings Accounts • 

• Checking Accounts • 



Night Deptwitory 
Auto Loans 
Ghristmas.Club 



Safe Deposit Boxes 

(At Va. Beach and Aragona 

crffices) 



AMPLE CAPITAL 



AMPLE LENDING LIMIT 



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ViigmaBtaA'$Bome4)un»dBtmh 

Bank of Virginia Beach 



Pacific Avenue at Laskin Road Naval Air Station - Oceana 

1802 Atlantic Avenue USFAAWTC - Din\ Neck 

3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Princess Anne Plaza " 

2208 Vt/aterworks Road at Robbins Corner 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 

Open Monday through Friday. 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. — Friday afternoon - 4 to 7 P.M. 





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Wider Selection in Norfolk 

There is a wider selection in Norfolk's attractive 
stores. There are more than 200 apparel stores, iSO^ 
furniture stores, more th^i 2,000 retail establishments 
offering a variety that Vill enable you to find exactly 
what ybu want to give for Christmas. 

Yon can sdect the right gifts for ^eryone on your 
shopmng list from the big variety and wide selection 
in rforf oik stores 

SHC^PING riWt)RMA'nOK! Stop by the Shopping 
"Mowmtixm BooUi w ^railways' l^orf oik Terminal 



Holiday Shoppers Hotel Special 

November 21st to December 31st. Use of hotel room 
from 8 AM to 8 PM, including free parking at hotel — 
only $4.00. Overnight guests, room for two — only 
$4.00. Offer applies only to out-of-town shoppers and is 
available at: Commodore Maury Hotel, Granby and 
Freemason; Golden Triangle Motor Hotd, Olney & 
Monticello; HoUday Towers Motel, 1860 East litUo 
Creek Road ; Monticello Hotel, Granby & City HaQ and 
Thomas Nelson Hotel, Granby Street Call, write or 
wire for your special holiday reservations! 



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TH^ VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

INfMrfMd TuMdayt anfl l^urtdayt by Th« QmcH Piibllihtnfi Cori^rtMon 
f Mdflc AvM^M Virginia BMch, Virflnia 



ALBM It. MMLHiS _ 
RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 



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ki tt« pwt «mtm li VkvtaM Bewk, ¥■., 



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Travel Is Not A Luxury 

Last April, Juan T. Trippe, President of soundest of economic principles— that of 

Pan Annerican World Airways, spoke out in producing mass transportation at lower 

fa>«>r of r^iucad rates for transatlantic air unit cost. 

travel. If this is achieved, he said, ". . . This, also. Is an instance where theory 

everybody would gain. Trade between the and practice have been in complete C(Xi- 

Free World nations will gain. Tourist and sonance. Over the years Pan American has 



business travel will gairu Airline owners 
will gain— private sharehold^^ in America, 
government owners In Europe. AAany more 
pay passengers will find empty seats al- 
though each wilt have owners in Eurc^e. 



inaugurated reduced fares on many of its 
routes— and in each case business increased,, 
often by dramatic proportions. With this 
precedent to go by, the nr»ost recent move 
has been to propose lower fares on the 



Many more pay passengers will fill empty great and busy transatlantic route and also 
seats although tach will have paid less for on the flights to the second youngest of 



his flight. 

Mr. Trippe, who is among the small, 
distinguished company of men who pion- 
eer^ commercial air transportation 
tfifough its shaky early days Into the jet 



our states, Hawaii 

To quote Mr. Trippe once more: "Travel, 
like education, used to be considered a lux- 
ury. But In an era of low-cost, high-speed 
transportation, travel takes on an entirely 



age of the present, spoke from full experi- new significance. For we Americans, for- 

encs. For Pan Arrijirican throughout Its en- eign travel Is a cultural, political and eco- 

tlre history has been the leading Interna- ncwnlc necessity If our country is to fulfill 

tlonal advocate of reducing air fares and its responsibility of world leadership." 
rates. This philosophy is based on the 

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Oil And The Payments Problem 



The balance of payments problem is one 
of the most serious this country faces. It 
results from the fact that the outflow of 
nrroney from this to other nations has been 
much greater #ian the inflow from them to 
us. The major «>nsequen^, and it is an 
ex^^dingly grave one, has been erosion 
of the gold supply which backs our cur- nearly 
rency. period 



MARKET REftDRT 



isolated instance. There was a net pay 
ments surplus in each of the last five years, 
and the trend has been upward. 

Moreover, the survey finds, the favor- 
able balances seem likely to continue and 
increase. Free world petroleum demand, 
outside the U.S. has risen dratnatically 
50 per cent in that same five year 
Continuation of the trend is confi- 



At the same tfme, some enterprises, op- dently expected. The U. S. oil industry will 

erating internationally, are highly valuable be a major participant in the growth, 
elements in preventing the problem from Oil makes enormous contributions to the 

becoming worse. Oil is one. A survey has ^onomic life of the nation, our standards 

been made by the Standard Oil Company of living and our military security. Now we 

(New Jersey) of the foreign activities of see it is a force which strongly supports our 

some 2{M U.^. companies engaged in in- international financial position. This, in a 

ternatiorlal oil op«"atlons. These produced chaotic world, is of the utmost conse- 

3 net in^ow to ttie United States of more quence. 
than $638 million irl 1962. This was not an 



Way To Lower Prices 

A sN>rt tImiB ago the Senate was urged vide effective restraints against any dan- 
to dear the way for lower prices by lifting gers of predatory prlcina practices. And, 
some of the government's power to block for another, the bill would leave untouched 



railroad freight rate reductions. 

The urging came from railroad spokes- 
men. It liad fo do with regulation of rail 
road shipments of agricultural and bulk 
commodities. At present, regulations pre- 
vent the rails %om lowering rates charged. 



the Interstate Comrherce Commission's 
powers to block unjustified Increases in 
those rates once they had been lowered. 
The public, primarily, would be the 
gainer from the establishment of policies 
which would enable the railroads to meet 



even when they could do sopn a fair and competition on more ^ual terms, and to 
profitable basis. | make the most of their inherent advantages 
An Administration-backed jbill to correct in pricing their services. That, of course, 
this situation— to the advantage of consum- holds true as a general principle, over and 
ers everywhere— is now before the Senate, beyond the agricultural and bulk commodi- 
It would reduce federal regiflation over the ^es matter. The great need in transporta- 
minimum level of rates for these ship- tion can be summarized in a phrase—more 
ments. And there can be np justified con- dependence on competition among the var- 
tern as to the results. For ohe thing, as the ibus carriers, and less ori^regulation. Con- 
railroad spc5kesmen made clear, existing gresslonal inaction Is noW mexcusable. 
antitrust and Interstate commerce laws pro- \ 



BASKIN' IN 'THE SUN 



By GORDON BASKIM 



Mrs. Sofield Is 
Polio Ball Held 



I have always said that dames will buy anything. Don't mis- 
tto^tstand me! I am mad about H^m, and as far as I am concerned 
they can buy anythmg tfwy please. Up to aad including a statue 
%t^ a clock for a navel. These gals are pretty, softer, neater aad 
^^xstiw — ^so they are entitled to a few wild purchases. 

However, they do plunk down die odd dollar fof some strange 
p^|ets. They are 'specially good at fallin' for a device which is 
Mi|^N»ed to make th«n look better and smell swwter. I sort of like : here in 19S9. 



VmCINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Robert T. Sbfield has been aained 
chairman of the Fifth Annual Pjh 
lio Ball to be held Jan. 31 at the 
Cavalier Hotel at 9 p.m. 

Mrs. Sofleld is secretary of the 
Virginia Beach Chapter of the Na- 
tional Foundation ai^ serv^ as 
chairman of the first eharify ball 



fliem like they are. As a matter of fact, I think that 'their standard 
equipimMt is {MStty foscinating, and I'm poskive that they shouldn't 
hijy uce^M*^ • I 

The latet gadg^ |s the fasp mask. Now I pk you--w1iat Uie 
h«^ is the idea of a good-lookin' broad buyin' a hundred dollar 
Biask to cover |^ her fa;e? I caa diaik erf thousar^ of mules — 
bff^nii^ with n» — who womU \k ipstantly improved by a mask, 
hit I hate the idBa of one on a female. 

If you ha^'t Seen this latest di%ui%, I think ycHi should read 
titt trticle in c big picture mi^azine (H^lisHed this week. These 
ttUrtki o^m uf pK^d tfyles and prices — ^a* wl^t doesn't? 



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Osi^^m'^w^ b»e o| solM gold, but that gal had a lot to ! linlier, 
If you dom^ Mmi k, look what she's done to Richard Burton, 
f iw% ^mMmd few tmem ttete time. 

l^we l^blQM^^ disfrfayfd in the maga:;ii^ article range 
an toxpwslve little diing that s<41s for sixty clams to the 
economy siie whidh you can fetch home for a mere two hun- 
dollars. I have a little pme erf news ft>r the women <rf America. 
e dtwi't buy them! What the heck. It's bad awugh now <m us 
. What with the slacks, bulky swwters, boots am! short hair- 
we an havia' eaw^ txm^k teUm' d» toys tcom the gi^. 

y tbc tuns n't m VGA t« iwr, rs ^ tets. 



Serving with her as co-chair- 
men are Mrs. V. K. Almond and 
Mrs. John Wedey Snow, Jr. 

I^oceeds from the annual af- 
fair wlB go totltt National Fotth- 
dation for Crippling Diseases. 

favitations will be in the mail 
the first of Jamiary, Mrs. SoMi 
said. 

Reservations will be accepted 
by Mrs. Snow, 816 linday Drive, 
Virginia Beach. 




The following is reprinted from the Fortnightly Beview. It is 
made amilabU to t^ Vh^nia B(»ch Sun-News fry Anderson & 
Strudwick, im>estment fkm «# SllO Pacific Ave., Vkr^m Beach, 
and is prepared by their New York correspondent, Cctrl M. Loeb^ 
Rhoades & Co. 

CAPITAU SPEr^lNa 

Pity the witness wjbo wants to testify in suj^)^ ci tax redtwtkm 
in the interminable CcMnmitt^ iiearii^. If be pl^ kit ^eedy 
enactment by citing the dai^ier <rf impmdi^ t&m&yaa, he cmild 
CKMiceivably trigger the ooset of the very evmM he il stwUmuly trymg 
to avoid, even tnou^ nothing A tte wmx wotni crop oi busiwss 
statistics gives cause for ap{^hension. But if he a{^>ean saiigume 
on the economic outlook, ne may fail to mow those wto could be 
goacted into action only under the threat <rf imminent crisis and 
whose econon^ic precepts are closer tp Poor Richard's Almanac 
than to the General 1 heory of Employment Interest and Mo^y. 
Perhaps it should have been mack clearer from the very thinning 
that reduction of war-induced, unr^listically high personal wkI 
corporate income tax rates is imperative and overdue for the aditeve- 
ment oi stronger secular growth and that its usefulness as a coumer- 
cyclical tool is of only secondary importance. Be that as it may, 
caught in the piedicamrat of iK>t wanting to sound alarmM vrtiik 
being cogent enough to speed up passage d XtA House-i^p^ved 
bill our witness may cmne up wilih somethug like "a faHing i^te <^ 
expanswn during the first ban ol next year c^uld k^ to (xwtractiott 
in the second half," which is apt to worry the busii»ss 
without swaying the legtelator. 

CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM , 

Hie resultant dout^ may well have cast a pall over the plans 
for business mvestment as they show up in tl« most ret^nt survey 
of the McGraw-Hill Department oi BconoAlcs. Accor^c^ to tlw 
replies to a questionnaire received in October, Anu;rica& b^isiness 
now plans to invest $40.7 billicxi in new plant and ^pupmbnt in 
1964. While this would be a reconi dollar volume and about a 4% 
gain Qstx this year's estimated total, it woukl be sii^tly bekiw \}a& 
estimated rate of spending for the current quarter, in other wcvds, 
umess actual expenditures im wt%% }«ar exceed present plans, a 
o^hne from prevailing capital spendmg levels scMnetime in 1964 
would have to be contemplated, and no htt cmild be expected for the 
economy from this vital sector. Of course, it is ^iU early m tl» 
budget seas(m, a great many {»oj«ts are still in tlie nmbJft^KMfer 
stage, and die fall surveys of McGraw-Hill, although they have id- 
ways indicated the direction (rf changes of sp^iding correctly, hai« 
tended to underestimate what actually happe^d by an average of, 
about 3 percentage points over the past eignt years. (If we were to 
assume a 7% rise in capital spendmg next year, this would brii^ 
1964 totals to $41.8 billion, pwnittu^ a modest rise in activity 
throu^Out the yiar.) Also, tike jfa|:t that business Is akeady plannii^ 
on spending $j9.3 billion in 1965 is an indication of underlyiq^ 
strength. But before we explore where and why the estimates for 
next year may err on the si(te d ccMBervatism, let us see how spend- 
ing plans shape up for various industries. 

INDUSTRY PLANS 

Manufacturing industries expect to spend ck^e to $17 biUioo 
in 1964, 8% more than this year and surpassing the record amount 
spent in 1957. Steel leads the parade with a boost of 50%, spurred 
by rapid changes in technology at a time when in die opinion cA the 
industry 27 ^c of their plant is outnKxied as well as by competitiaii 
from other materials and foreign stefel makers; the hi^best c^ flow 
in |bars provides the wherewithal. Other ^substantial increases m 
capitid spendmg are jriaoni^ t^ IHipei ^^ pulp (^^%), autoc, 
trucks and parts (10%), chemicals (7%), and foods ^nd bever^es, 
textiles, and nonferrcws metals (6%), while the makers oi transp<»- 
tation equipment expect to spend 7 % le^. UtiUti^ antkipate addii^ 

to 1to3 oi^nrs ami communicatitMB 4%, but ccwimwcial 



businesses indicate tMir inve^ment will be 2% lower, uid railr<»ds, 
which often re^t more sharj^ly to changing eccmomk coixhtions 
than most other industries, expect their capital expenditure to drop 
14% next- year. 

9ADGEREP IRON HORSE 

The raUroads may serve as an examjrie cA currrat plans |mx^ 
ably being overly cautkms, and not oidy b^ause last year railroad 
executives had indicated tfi the fall survey tlmtthey would be !^nd- 
ing 12% less in 1963 than In 1962 — ami aided up ^nding 25% 
more. Any number of factors seem to favor rail equi{Mnent spending 
at fa^ or even accelerating rates: althou^ the general «x»omy fa 
prospering rather than booming, brisk October and Noveml^r 
traffic has for many rt^ds meants not only capacity business but 
actual car ^orti^es; by the end erf 1964 €S^t^ equipment will be 
written dmvn to such an extent that substantial" investment in new 
assets will be needed to preserve the de[m^Mitio^ base requirwi pa 
perpetuate guideline tax savmgs; and t^guinmg in 1964 the present 
standard rates for borrowed boxcars may be p-aduatcd, which will 
make it much more profitable to own tx^xcars of recent vintage. 
Thus tt^ railroad industry mi^t again have to raise its sights, and 
it would undoubtedly 6o so more cheerfully if the ruling on feather- 
bedding, expected later this month, helps to remedy chronic XiJoot 
woes and if there were a break in the Ic^ jam <rf merger aR>lications 
deserving favorable consideratkn. 

UP WitH TA^pS DOWN 

Capital investment frians are {V^icated on an overall gam in 
the pliystcal volume of manuf»:turi^ sales (rf 5% , about in line 
with ti^is year's increase. And here ItoiJ^ rub. While average plant 
utilization at 85% of cap^ity is 2 percentage points above last 
December, it remains well bekw die 92% preferred rate. (Some 
industries are running apcHeciably Q\sxm to their preferred rates, 
among them machinery oUier than electrical madiinery. paper and 
pulp, petroleum and coal prodiu:ts, and textiles.) Under the plans 
as presently conceived, manufacturing industries would increase 
their capacity about 4% in 1964; thus a 5% rise in output would 
raise the average operating rate to 86%, a highly profitable level 
of operations but not one where industry would be straining for 
extra capacity. Undoubtedly, additi(»uil projects will be added to 
the list erf capital investments now ptann^ as the year progresses. 
But a material rise in coital ^nding wiwld be in the cards only if 
sales were to rise faster than jM^^ndy anticipated and if the general 
economic climate is further unproved. Such buoyawiy is hard to 
visualize unless a timely tax cut impa^ its stimulating tit&M on 
end demand and on corporate {m^^bility. 
— :^ — ■ r— ' *•-- — n — ■ r~~ ^ — '~ 

ESP Lecture Sumlay At Al|p 



VH^lNIA BgACH — "ptjra- 
^iwjry Pereeption — IXi ^ou 
Have It? Can You Develop Itr 

will'te the subject of the Forum 
proghun on Sinday, December 8, 
at 8:30 p.in. 3t tiie AH^Mon 
for Research and Enlight«*iMi4, 
87th MreW aiHf Adahiic AVenii^. 
Mr. Hugh Lynn Cayce, mana^g 

diredM- of ti* fmf^mm ^»ib 

lb. Cayw, a native of Kentuc- 
^ ai^ a graduate of Watfiington 
and Lee Univeraty is wi<tely 
hmitk ai m )m^^^m A 



I»ychic phenomena and a lecturer 
on this and kindred subjects. A 

son of the lito Edgar Cayc^. 
famed chirvoyant, 1m has gulcted 
the AS JL m its work of prearv- 
ing and disseminating the data 
In the thousands of Cayce i^vMc 

Itf.'Cayce's own book, "Yen- 
tefl'iqww^". will be pirbU4ud 
in f^iruaiy ^ ^arper & Bow. 

A question "i^'riod will fwlow 
the lecture on ^iMay and a Maal 
coffee hour will follow this. 1^ 
^HpMtf tt (^m to tUi piAIJC. 



Jobs Jm'^ 

VvM ftutowr 1ni(%, ^)plica- 
tiOM in& ttt aiQ^M f«r tt» Mii- 

^ in ^ ^tMIc, ^tapnia 3^^, 
BmA^ou^ and Cltff^akf, Vir- 
^nl«.<tfw. p^teg#^ loj^.^ 
per iMur. .^^ro^i^'^^^oe 
is le^itowl f^ ^li poMon. W& 
inft»i^^oB and ftpp&atm Imwi 
nsy bt ^itahwd Iv eoniaoiitf 
tut B(Md of U3. Civtt ^Mob 
Examiaa^ UJ. ^val ^tton, 
Norfolk, V^i^i, wAli, m by 
I9pfyii4 al aSQ f^ iMt» fw ^ 
plicrtion fotms a Inforao^n m 
to wiMie fomu may te obtained. 

Funerals 

Cf Cll. i. OTTINGER 

Vl^KllaA SEMSI •- CedU 
Sdgal- Ottinger, 45, of 6902 Al- 
laire Avf ., tauA^uid of #e im- 
mer Mhd Gray farmer (rf Nadi- 
vtUe, N.C., dwd in a Q^MMmd 
hw^ital "niurKiay M 7:^ am. 
arfter iUne^ of tm monttis. 

A natiire of C^«envUte, Tenn., 
he liv«l in Vii^ila Sea<^ 10 
yMra. He wh a ua of M. L. Ot- 
%B^t and t3w late 'Mrs. Florence 
Bader Ottinger. 

ife was a oMober of Love 
Memorial Mediodist Church, in 
Gi^nvUle, and life i member of 
Elks ILodge WS» of Virginia 

Ihi^ Worid War n, he served 
in 'Rubpe as an Air Corps ser- 
geant aM litter in ttie Korean 
War. He worked in ordnao^ field 
maintenan«« at Fort Story. 

Beside htt widow and faUier, 
surviraig aire ^m itopmoiluS', Mrs. 
H. L. O^n^ of. OxeehvlUe; a 
si^r, ISfrs. Helen Garrett of 
Cleyeiapd; two half brothers, M. 
L. Ottinger Jr. and Robert Ottmg- 
63* of Greenvilte; two balf asteis, 
Mrs. Ella Faye Hunter of Green- 
ville and Mrs. hkam BerryhiU of 
Moshiem, Tenn. 

A funeral service was teld in 
Mae^ Funeral Home, Vir^a 
Beach, ^urday at 2 p.ra. by the 
Rev. Edmund Bertdey of Galilee 
Episcopal Church. Burid was in 
Eartem Shore Chapel Cwnetery. 

m%. ANNA L. WALKER 

AR^SOIIA — Mrs. Anffa liver- 
more Walker, 81, of 1001 ^woner 
Road, An^gona Village, Virginia 
Beach, dM Ftiday at tte Horn 
Harbor fhu^ng Itone, l^thews. 
She wn the wido# of Wy^m 
Otaier Walker am! a daughter of 
ttie^te Wsexi and Mrs. Bbrpret 
Liveimbre. 

The Antbon, Iowa, native lived 
in ^e Virginia Beadi area for 
13 years add was a n^nlber of 
Hickory Methodiat ChuitSi. 

She is survived l^ toee dmigh- 
ters, Mrs G. G. Huber of Brain- 
erd. Mm., Mrs. S. L. Sheridan 
of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. 
Janes Motftgom^ of Virginia 
Beadh. 

F^uieral s^'vi^s iveR held srt 
2 p^. Tuesday, at Simiele Funer- 
al Home with burial in Rosewood 
Memorial Park. 

^______^— — — — — ♦ 

MILES A. KISHBAUGH 

ISaireVlLLE — WUfes ^an 
IQAft»ugh, 65, huift>and of Mn. 
Marelle Gill Kishlmu^ and son 
of Herbert Alan and Mra. Orteia 
TOfany KisMwugh, died &inday 
ni^t in his )am», 8104 Kkmath 
Road, Focohontas ViUii^. 

A iffltive of HerrkA Cwiter, Pa., 
he liv^ in Virginia Beach two 
yeara. He was a member of 
Kempsville Pr^yterian Cl«irch 
and Mystic Art Masonic Lodge 
899 of Buffalo, N.Y. He was a 
veteran of World Wa- 1 »id mem- 
ber of Veterans of Foreign Wars 
in Tonawamta, N.Y. 

He was genial manlier of 
B r o okhill MonoriM Gardens, 
Chestpeake. 

Besides 1^ widow, he is sir- 
vived by two sons, Laurance Adan 
Kishbaiigh of Buffalo and Jolvi 
Miles Kishbaugh of Norfote; two 
daughters. Miss Olive Adelai^ 
Kishbaugh and Mis Joan Loute 
Kishbaugh of Virjpnia Beach; a 
brother. Lynn T^tny Ki§Wt»u|^ 
of Beltoir Be«3i, Ha.; and fo«r 
grandchildren. 

Tlie body was Mr^ from Ifolto- 
mon-Brown 'Funersd Home to 
Tbnowanda, N.Y., for a funeral 
service and buiM. 

MRS. LOUISE S. CAMLIN 

WAafMGTON -i- Mrs. Louise 
Sykes Camlin, 48, wife of Adonis 
CamMn, ctied Tuesday morning. 

A native of Grwnsboro, iN.C, 
she lived here W years. 

Besides her huAand, surviving 
are her mother, Mrs. Addie P. 
Sykes <rf Virginia Beach; two m- 
tw4 ^- Htnvjffd nzU of Wadi- 
in^flf and Wt%. W. T. AtkioMn 
of Greensboro; and a, brother, 
Sam i. Sykes of Vir^nia Beac^. 

A luneria siBTki will l» h#i 
in Rinaldf WmMI ftilor to^ 
at 11 a.hi. Burial wiU be in W^- 
io^os. 




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Many \ wbcrw*," "foresaids," and 

other legal verbiage by the liwy^ fftf ^ ^iqpcA© ot <xnr 

founding the kyman. 

Nothing cotiM be furtto fc«w the tmth. In drafth^ legal <tow- 
ments, the towyer attemiw to<kA dita tt such a way as to cxdt«te 
all ambiguities. As a ooftteif^we, it li ^e lav^^s d«y to his cltont 
to attempt to drjrft the' iMWimem in smh a wny diat it can mean 
only one thing. 

Most any jwai^fA trf noa-tepd lan^^ ooi^ains numerous 
ambiguitws. Wh« a ttwyer rrters to Ae '*^d aforesaid," he is 
attomiHi^ to mi4e it clear be^nd qu^tiwi that the deed to is 
rrferrtag to is &e dwd mcntioMd to a prm portion <rf Ae iMtru- 
meht. Likewise, whra he ^«!es a tepi Ax;ument with a long list ol 
"whereases," he to simp^ ttc^B$ psrtemt facts ftx die bendRt ol 
the court to slraw tN twM ci die sibiadDtt diat lead to die execmtkni 
of ^ imtrunMtt. ^ 

TTie danc^ty wift drafting a document in layman's langua^ 
is diat to the ttam^ aoiUyst siu^ langua^ ii susc^l^ of sc^^m 
meanings, and c(»sequaiily may lead to controverey or litigation. 
It is the draftman*$ jwrpOK to avoid litigation whk;h is wwaUy mL» 
pcosivji for the cliM*. * 

Ancrfficr reason why lawyers use legal language is historical in 
nature. Thus most de^ declare ttet the grantor "by these presentt 
does grant, sell, and convey" the land in questicm to the grantee. 
Ewh <rf the words recited' have 9 ^eehnical mining. The words 
tc^ether have frequently been ct^itriied by the courts and conse- 
quently the lawyer knows in using diem that their meaning is settled, 
and that they will operate to pi^criy tran^r the titte. He would 
be inviting litigaticm for his cUeM, tf instead of using thMe wwds, 
he devised new ka^lua^ to expr^ the nme purpo^. 

As a consequence, die laM^, in die uiteteM of his clieiM. na- 
turally uses the tune-tested lan^iage instead oi experimetta^ widi 
newlai^age. 

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(tent chaperon was Mr. GwiK^i 
Hi^ School Spanish instructor. 

Upon arriving at Ctecar F. &nitto 
High School the Virginia BeiK^ 
detegation immediately registered 
and were given their name cards. 
The fir^ General Assembly was 
held at approximately 9:30, at 
which time the district chairman, 
Maiy Jane Walters of Oscar 
Smith, called the delegations to 
order. Following the call to order 
the devotions and Pledge to al- 
legiance were conducted by ^. 
Paul's High School and foUowing 
this Dickie Jolliffe, president of 
Osau" Smith High School in^ 
duced the State S.C.A. Presi^ht, 
David Rutledge, of Ferguson High 
School. David briefly discussed 
this year's Slate S.CA. tti^ie, 
"Attaining New Heights", and 
then turned the program over to 
Craddock and Wilson High 
Schools who jointly introduced a 
short skit enUUed '^Du-Rite 
Doesn't" whfch exempUfied toe 
fact that the students must be 
careful in choosing their S.CA. 
representatives, especii^ their 
president. Immediately following 
this skit there was a brief panel 
di^ussion led by Harvey Biyant 
of Craddock High School in wWch 
the responsibilities of an S.CA. 
representative were discus^. 
The first General Assembly was 
adjourned at 11:30 at which time 
the members of the Virginia 
Beach High School delegation pro- 
ceeded to their various assigned 
cUiKussion groups. 

I led the discussion group wiich 
dealth with Honor codes while 
Caroline Bosher was my record- 
ing secretary. The discussion was 
W "KM centered around the var- 
i(Mis codes of ethics of the re- 
spective high schools represented, 
but then the topic of conversation 
fdmost immediately switched to 
the subject of an honor court. 1 
was most fortunate in having in 
my discussion group the president 
of the Honor Court of Wilson 
High School who was a fervent 
advocate of such a court. The 
conversation was indeed vivacious 
although upon the discussion 
group's determination no definite 
decision was made as to the valid- 
ity of such an honor court. 

Lunch immediately followed 
the termination of the discussion 
groups, however Caroline and 
myself were retained briefly be- 
cause of the fact that we were 
involved in a conversation with 
the principal of Oscar Smith High 
School. In this conversation the 
honor courts were again discussed 
and it was decided that he should 
send Caroline a copy of tte con- 
stitution of the Honor Court of 
Osca,r &nith. 

The Second General 'Assembly 
was called to order by Jay Fer- 
guson, District Vice<hairman 
from Princess Anne High School. 
Jay then introduced Mr. George 
Parage who I thought gave a 
very moving speech concerning 
the problems of "News Manage- 
ment". After this speaker enter- 
tainment was provided by stu- 
dents from Granby and Oscar 
J Smith High Schools. The Second 
General Assembly was adjounied 
at 2:30 at which time a short 
break was^given for discusaon. 
All delegations were underway to 
their various High Schools by 
3:00 and it can be surely ^d 
that this was one well spent day 
for several students of Vii^nia 
ch High School. 




Annual Fishing Tourney 
Closes With 2100 Citations 



VH«51NIA BEACH — The Oth 
Anmiai Virginia Salt Water Fish- 
ing Tournament closed its most 
successful ^ason November 1st 
with 3140 outstanding catches 
registered by angers from 30 
states and C^ada. This repre- 
sents a gain of approximately 33 
per cent in CitatiOM over the 2100 
registered in the 1962 Toun^y. 

Three new all-time Virginia 
Sport Filling rec<»ds and me 
new Tournament record were set 
in t^ annual sac-month contest. 
A M^oppli^ SO^eund 8-ounee 
king mackeral, boated off Parkers 
Island in Chesapeake Bay by Har- 
old Johnston of Great fills, Mon- 
tmn, exceeds the old state record 
by more than 14-pounds, oq^tur- 
ing the top spot in the king nac- 
ker^ division of the Virgin^ 
Sport Fishing records, and the 
King Carter Inn King Macter^ 
Trophy. 

Ths Bill HaU Tuia Tn^hy, 
honfflrtng tKe late W. A.* HMl, a 
pioneer of Virginia's off^Kwe 
angling, will be presented to 
John C. McMahon of Cbe^>eake, 
Virginia for a State record blue- 
fin weighing 138i)ounds taken off 
Virginia Beach. 

The City of Virginia B^kch 
Channel Bass. Trophy goes to 
James R. Topping of Hampton, 
Wi^nia for a 72-pound &<mnce 
specimen, the largest in six years 
of competition, boated while trol- 
ling off Kiptopeke late June. This 
fish is <dso the largest of its kind 
talMn since \ht world record was 
boated off Cape Charles in 19^ 
and will probably earn top place 
in tiie 1963 National Field & 
Stream Contest. 

F. D-Mears of Accomac, Virginia 
receives the Northern Neck State 
Bank Croaker Trophy by post- 
ing an alUirae State record catdi 
weighing 5-pounds 1-ounce taken 
off Cranmyhack of Vu^inia's 
Eastern Shore. 

For the third year in a row 
bluefish proved to be tJie most 
popular of the 22 species with 
l'^5 registered. Schools of blues 
off the Virginia Capes in late 
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of the totals; the remainder came 
from the fall run in d^^ppeake 
Bay off the mouth of the PcAo- 
mac. 

Final t^^iUMioi^ show that 1076 
of the 1725 totad weired ei^- 
pounds or better. Blues were also 
the most poiiular wth the naUve 
Virginia anglers who r^it@ed 
1410 of the total take. The baa^ 
of Lancaster Bluefish Tropin was 
won by WE. Keman of Annapolis, 
IMUryland with a 12-^p(Xi!kl 4- 
ouaoe ctaf^par boated off'Qi^i^, 
Virginia. 

Black drum mis the %c<md 
most popular species and the 
most pofHilar with visiting angles 
who posted 158 of the 363 regist- 
ered. 

An 86-paund bruiser bo^ed off 
C^pe Charles by W. S. Blanchaixi, 
Jr. of Hampton, Va. earns the 
K e 1 lam Distr9Niting Ccunpany 
Black Drum Trophy. 

Cobia again claimed third pla<% 
in popularity with WO regi^ered 
meeting tl:^ 454>ouiri mininHnn 
weight requirenwnt. An 84-pound 
l(k)uhce cc^ia, the larg^ of 
three weighing nkore than 8^ 
pounds entered in the conte^, 
will earn the Mutual life Insur- 
ance Co. of Virginia Cobia Tro- 
phy for Billy Fteenor of (%e^tf- 
ton, Indiana. 

A total of 30 vMte marlin aqp- 
plications for Citations were reg^ 
tered in the 1963 contest, 12 of 
■these were for "Release" Cita- 
tions awards. An 82-pound 4- 
ounce marlin boated off the Vir- 
^a C^pes in July by Pat Kav- 
anaugh of Vu^nia ^ach wins 
the Virginkn-PBot White Slariin 
Trophy. 

BASKETBALL HEAPS 
TO MEET TUESDAY 

VIBGINiA BEL4CH — M man- 
agers and coaches who have been 
assigned or have volunteered to 
coach teams during the 1964 hm- 
ketball season are requeued to 
meet in the Recreation Office at 
Union Konpsvilk High School on 
Tue«lay, December 10 |t 7:*) 
p.ih: Any other peisons interested 
in coaching t«uns, girls of bays, 
are also n^oiBted to meet at this 
time. 

Team rosters and omtnKts for 
all leagues, girls and boj% both 
in sdwof and out of %ImM. are 
due on this date. 

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VIRGINL^ MACH — "rti City 
Recreation Department animinces 
that ttie final dradlii^ far entry 
regte^tiORS iat aH' R^ieation 
Ba^^all Leagues will ^ 4:30 
p.ni,l)ec. 10. - - 

AH coaches and nranagers arc 
renynded tet m vatms mU be 
accepted after ttfli deadline. 
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PAYSDE — The ehurdi nom- 
iMttiBg €onnnlttee of Bayside 
Oulstiaa Church met Sunday 
ni0*, Dec»irt>er 1. They will 
bring in a date of cimrch officers 
at the officiid botrd meeting ol, 
tte chiut^ in Januvy. 

1^ Vtm^ahip Class of the 
dmfdi held a "Shipwreck Party" 
^nday night, ttecember 1 in the 
&wial Ifan of the church. The 
Ml WW ai^opriately decorate 
like a desert i^nd and the 
mmtiHTS had to ml on ibiankets 
on tl» floor. Motion pictures 
were nmie of the p«rty and will 
te shown later. Hiree of the 
^th, lindt Wtirenton, Carol 
SmM and &u:idra liauser w^e 
tiie jud^s of ttie costumes. TTw 
pme to* the mc^ autlKntic Was 
nm4^ to Mre. D. B. Sniith, St., 
1^ im jrttmNI in a pii^ 1^ 
vNb « Araggiy looking wig, 
t^^tf wA a conunocte cover! 
^0^ w^e ptoyed and refr^fc- 
Mitfi irare amv^. Mis. tiHiu 
Blida mis ibe clttinrau} in ^urge 
of It. 

T^ Y(wtti P^»w^»^ of the 
^rarch i»«9ented a tuilcey and 
M» ThM^ogni^ Iis^IhiIb to fi^ 
Ws in MM in Um area. tUs 
•ms one of ttieir projects for the 



■•ntyHW^ arai*^ of Hie 
Y, . , V^£mliq> visit«I the 
Vnrth of ^ Christian Ten^le in 
Itaf <4k, Suxfaiy nigM, Novwriber 
17. A '^^aa psrfy" vt^ thoro^fa- 
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BiU>mT TOONG PEOPLE 
PLAM BOWLING SOCUL 

BAYSDE -^ On ^tarday 
nt^ ^oomimt 7 «t 8:00 p jn. tiie 
Ymat Pe^le of tteBayd<te Bai)- 
ttt ^tt^ #eiM(d wffl h^ a ao- 
<M. R will lie in thi form of a 
'%m^ pffciQgetber'lff^dtanag 
m kmMm tt^ «il S» totlhnr 
depirCment aiperintendaM's 
tam%,Mn. W. C. ^D^Oi td Lri^ 
^jfw^, for a fDdal tour. 

f> Training Union d the 

.;h will aee a film at d»ir 

ing Sunday Jii^t, Decendier 

t. at 8:16 entitle "TIm Ourunun- 

MtlYireat." 

Be£:inning n«it licHMb^ imd 
rdftbrning throi^ Vtiisy the 
Wtenn's Mtssdoury Union of the 
ebttrdi wffi obs^i^ a week of 
p^w for ftweign mtoteui. Hie 
J^ilHi ulEi meet at tte church 
iStt rnxmng 1^ 10:00 a.m. ex- 
Wednesday. On Wedn^iay 
SsA I'M p.m. a film on For- 
listons will be diown. 





Bayside Briefs 

BAYSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
E Btankenburger announce the 
biith of a daughter, Christine 
Lymk bom November 21, 1963 at 
Norfdk General Hospital. Mrs, 
Btankenburger is the former Mary 
E. Mitcham, daughter of Mr. and 

Mrs. W. O.'MitchMn, 405 Brad- 
ford Avenue, Bayside. 



BAYSIM) — Mrs. D. B. Smith, 
Jr. of Hollis Road, Chesapeake 
Beadi, and her dau^ter Miss 
Carol Smith entertained Miss 
Bobby May at a lingeree shower 
November 20 at 8:00 p.m. at the 
Smith's home. 

Hwse pr^eiM were: Miss Bar- 
bara Mesfflck, Mrs. Ruth Smith, 
Bliss MiNb%d Shaw, Mrs. Robert 
May, Mrs. W. H. Gaylord, Miss 
Sl»ron Farrell. Mrs. Margaret 
Trouland, and Mss Bait»ra Smith. 

BAYSIDE — The ^ylake 
IMfaodist C9iU2t!h will observe 
"Ftaiily Night" <m next Sunday 
ni^ at 5K)0 pjn. at whidi tinw 
a dinner wiSl be i^*ved. Tlie din- 
ner will be followttd by a Christ- 
iMs film. 

The Ladies of tiw Methodist 
Mis^omry Society wiH dispense 
w^ timr regular <^cte meltings 
this month aiKl wiH ini^ead all 
meet as a group at the churdi 
on December 12 irt^ 8:00 p.m. Mrs. 
Peter PrinKivKa^ is in dwurge' of 
the foopam. 

BAYSSXE — OiK% a^in DUs 
year tbe Bs^^bdce Methodic 
CSiureh and tiie Omstian Churdi 
hdid a jodi^ CcHnmunity Thank^ 
givii^ Service "Hik year Uie ser- 
vke nm at Baylake Methodic 
aiui tte Rev. Earl farrell, pa^or 
of Bayskte Chrialkn brmight tiie 



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Hi! I'm Mary Ruth Walker, 
your new correspondent from 
Franlc W. Cox High School. 

Cox is rrally gr(>^ing this 
year. We added a junior cla^ and 
next year the first senior class 
will be added. Speaking of th^ 
junior class, they are preparing 
for the annual talent show to bej 
held on Decenrtier 7. at Cox High' 
School. The public is invited, ii; 

The Kappa Delta Phi Tri-Hi-4' 
sponsored a victory dance lasf 
week after the Cox-Keilam Powi 
der Puff Game. On Friday 
night, Nov. 22, theye was a foot- 
ball game between Cox and the 
Princess Anne "B" team. A vic- 
tory dance followed sponsored by 
the cheerleaders! 

The Cox Medical Association 
sold candy last week to raise 
money for their trip to Williams- 
burg on Dec, 5. They recently 
held theiD first meeting with the 
new members at Cox High. Mr, 
koeppen and Miss Tilly are the 
sjponsors. Sandy Roundtree was 
elected new president. The Fu- 
ture Nurses and Future Doctors 
merged to form the Cox MedicM 
A^Miation. 

Tlw Future Business Leaders of 
America ckib was also formed 
this year. The first meeting with 
tiie new member^ vras held Nov. 
19. 

So much from Cox this week! 

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ItihowsinalltfaeaongitiuitEi^ft^aVhbfolkaoavfc ( Bmtmtm 
"mxtoea Ibmn) In the bemrtifal aoi^ faoni tiie 9oaAmm Apjp^ 
ladiiaiB. In kme aonp and in (aa Enne odto tt) RMiin' naiaic. Bat 
moat of all it ihowa in ttie magnUkxBt hymaa tet Tbme a aee ^-nie 
Fold auMii 80 often uid ao wen. The mafdifioort ^noB Art he kwned 
to iri^ aa a b(qr bade in Ttaneaiee. 

Uaten to Tennessee Ernie Fdrd on Capitol, and yott'll hear 
«Aat we mean. 




f 




onriM* 



m»Tnm 



Suburbia Today 



hiTUi 



. . . t^ 7 

Our iBost teMRM «Aer of 1^ vane ttnfctas out las CMitoMS wfrim to 
everyone ta wlwfMa toihy/*niiiw 4aan tt^ ai^ Mt oMm |or BMPk^ 
Topa^i. and Tsnamf The taaa^ ttne ttoiMnd nileft amy for Onat Nedc, 
Nlnequo^ie, OyrtK BajT— aad^on aad.oa for 101 nMOuat ftm. 



TIM THp eff a UMtaa 



Ptfti 



't3o to the Iteiy UMd whenever yon an flMMi k Mid hma Aa priee of a 
tidnt." ii the advice of Nonaa >rnoeat fade. taaoM ^m0mm and author 
of the beat-«(A^ 'The Power <rf ^irtive 1ViAiB|J* fai Ml warn mi vhM. 
account of Me omi btat ti^ ha laadi die way dii«i«h thoaa fuwrny iriaoes of 
hiceoie and aynh, the hoodaad of fesM «4iea He waa on «Mtt. 



Kva OhSM' ftaai 



Ite l^aet are wA known for tfmr hoipitt^ 
«Bt, hut <» OwtoDW Eve A^ wrpMi ttaan e ivei . 
h<^ who iMtod OeiunMt ettfler dib year, s^oit 
tfdiea ttey serve on dilt ipe<M evewBf and mil hew 



10 

the MnvtiioBi taUei tfiey 

iteod EMor MAuie De 

I OB Aa mAm^ Daatt 

yon ^ ^i^pne Aem, too. 



UiM Up •«• Ilia HeMaya 

{^top— before yon teit flttt ^M bom hM yeai^i haldi or 
Kvmd new Mrfaip of Aem. Here are m queitioM and aoai 
Ckodea Bdter Mm Brfaner to help you let up ymr CMrtaw 
; dcaautic and heratiM ^Ee^ 



16 



oat 10 buy 
MpneQ oy 
MllMiforthe 




AztiM Lam lean ABea diowi Ae whole fomiy ttd eves 
Charlie wreathed u fir aeedlea and Aa iHriir ear heav- 
faig under Ae weigM erf a priailaatt ChditiBas tree. 
But k was the one the kidi wanted (mMb^ it was Ae 
l^est) so pop ^ve up on Ae dumlEV Me tt and 
bQi]«ht tUs one. He's h^pf. tho^h. tf Aa Uds^r^- 
at least ootH ha leto hoow^and ftadi it wont It k the 
Uvmt room. On page 20, another dad tilils the same 
kMing action m 't^hrlKaus 'Hee, O OslMmas Tne." 



UONIUHI $• 



V. Nnw 



wjkuM c aaivw 



aawMA fOAAT it 

AV^y n0W ^vfv dHf n*T« 

if NUMmt asMMH. ® 11«k I 




«. AM 



SmImUi T^ii^llHeeiiAw 1963 



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Sprays Milhf sntf w •VMihf 
tt can't i tr—lt. And St«4^e» 

mad* for far Msiar ironhig. 



^to-Flo Spnqt Starch c<ni- 
trtwt an asiy Ironlns aid. 
lour iron jpim ai i iu uui y» 
nopuiordiaK. SwaMwa. 




Buy SlB#loSpny Starch In thaieoK. or fMw22-acaiEa. 
Si».FIo» UqUdStarch for rapiar or haavy taml^ anah 
A. s. •wM.rr law. e©., o«e*w«, «awio« 





'fToHU jw mM If I Hwit £mk* dbm Afr wayr 



GETTIJVG AROUND 



.,,to Our Pleasant Places and P^i 




SANTA HAS NOW A bOKf mUk to McAsM- 
MN, r«mr. liaoe die local tmarn'* dub 
iMna taken Un tiaiier dietr wfaf. Hw k&n 
Ul OB dw ktoa of natfag out Saatat for pri. 



•fo to order to iBppleniMtt dwir buiUKBg fitad. 
The iwpaaM ksi b«M w mat dMt Ihqr haw 




%aikii« <tf Intty ptoosi to fiwa-Hi friend 
to i»e»a«Mb, Ckoffin. iqn that hh «ato hai 
a torn caletf Sum Oaaik «hiM yov can live 
on Cmdy Qa^ ari#. Mtdtor. Nod. 
Etoaeer. «r Piaaear ittaslk Aadton fM your 
awftofs lieMMS, drivar^ lOMpa. sad pay your 

taaw It tta d^ hri^ ^ Di iimh i r SBset But 
tfM aMB who dalven die nna witti a itack on 
ha h^ b Mrat hy dw U a 



Wa ware hapnr to hear fooai Shaldoo A. 
Mx of Av* 4141^ Wtaak. who Mk as he 
hat a pal who ttdw Ml pit aNptor where- 
ever he fsaa. Ha oh hv /RwHrr «iid dw has 
Mto ft^a*^ MiUi^ nmm wm the 
dl9 ha WM *l>Ini aiMoml wMi 'nndy to the 



had to torreiii tteh- ready eapply e< 
(MOidy hHshandi. «d yon fwest). AM te 
■Ha dtet aeeali to flriod. As one hndiaad pal 
it^'lfs wonderfid to see the way kids laact 
to senv Suta ClauB— diey pin OB a Aow yon 
joM ce^daltfet aoywheic wMoot weail^ a 
lomwUtoheud." 



Not too kav igOt Caiamd iUied m SaffoUt 
Cimttfi Ntw r evil, staioM hwawie Psppcr- ' 
amt Road b e caa s e the t«ro of theln 
M ooa potot» wbA a i^ona 

itawnr for street s^m. tet CuanMl 
m o teded hrrwwc It awoiild neui 
dM|^ deeds aad the Ifte. And raddads of 
Cuidy Line and Mustonattow Driva— these 
iuters e ct Fiq>parBiait or Gsreniel to I'ooaftis- 
of 




lifaeB he snddeafy i^ to brake the 
our, and sA Tna^s 50 poonds koded oo the^ 
baefc of hk na^ k wu pdnM bnt'at ksfC 
won*l hnppsB i«da. Tnidy hM been oodtoed 

widi her oam seat hek dier enitinf a bit of 
a fdr at dw aonhsnppfy store. 

i% taH an ma to Tanmm, Uatt^ . 
bdt a^ho# wtt good dMiddoBad Oirtor 
am «Mt can pich op his ftrien snipperi 
aad head far ^ ani«oundM« moonlataa-the 

oak tiaes dwa MV ddek wm ndsdetoe. AU 

I abas permit. 







rtppoBam aiM rqtpcnUBt. w tne HCw 
board sweetly retreMed. 

4 Smlm*kToiky,Deetmkerl963 



Rock, far tatnee, or A> Natioas Osnip or 
Cemtbmed oh page 6 




MLFERS... this 60LDEN PUTTER Mill 
9lve you A 601DEN TOUCH on the qreens! 



Here's a tody ddioe gdf dub that jud; naturally 
gives you ihe calm cmifiiknce you need to mnk 
Hioee kmg putts. Precious metal ... 14 karat mM 
l^te ,..onthe most precious g<^ dub in your bag. 
As your ball runs true to tbe cup AND DROPS 
youTl thank your Chiden Putter i a symbd of excd- 
lence that can help take strcAes <^ your acme. 

THE ENVY OF EVERY MEMBER 

On ttie first tee, in the pro shop, at the 10th hole .. . 
ev&yosM wiB admire your Gcidm Putter. TlieyTl 
want to try it, and ev^i a few priK^ce stookes will 
convince tiie fussiest piayi^ that h«ne is a sup^ 



putter, professbnally designed and finely made. 

More than an unusual ccmvarsaticm piece, The 
Golden Putter is an exquisitely balanced dub that 
has beai tested in actual play by top gdfers. Youll 
iqjpredate tiie new GRIP-RITE gsip, the perfect 
PRO-FLEX sted shaft, the precisifm balance and 
. . .above aU . . .the ridi 24K. Gold Plated Made! 
T^ Goj^i Pi<rf^ is now availal^ in two popular 
modem ^signs for men and women golfers. (Wh^i 
you ortkr, be sure to specify whidi). If you are not 
a gdf«r, think what a dnunatic gift The Golden 
Putter would be for someone you want to be sure 
toptease! « 



The 24 KT. Gold-Plated Putter 



NO. MOO-CkMMoeck Blade, ISat lie. AvaflaUe 
lor Itii^t-Huidid Gdte Ody. Spedly **Vog 
Urn** <a *'Wot '^kmuL** (My I13JS pos^Nud. 




NO. 600- Center Shaft, Semi-Roclcfir Sob. Two 
Faces, for Right* or Left-Handed Golfer. l^Meify 
'Tor Man" or "For mman." Only $13.95 poet- 
naffi. 



A ponct um^t» am 1m mm' 

toacn, aM^ley*** mm! b««te«u 
Mwi^— wrH« for 4it«ewiil prfcM wi 
10 or Mora "OoidMi Mten" «rdwMl 

Ol MM Hm« 



MONIY-IACK OUAIANTU 

Material, wc^Emaiiriiip and your mtufacthn are 100% 
giianataed, (ur THE GOLDEN PUTTER may be xe- 
tumed witliin 15 days for full refund of tij^iraxdbaae ptke. 




Tix manufacturer oi The Golden Putter ^)e«i't make anything but 
goU did», ii^ikUng ibt finest, most apradve nuitdied woods aaxA 
by exdumve Aops. Sudi speculkatkm ai^ ea[p&imoe sre 
guarantees <rf outstamiing quality in materials ai^ workman- 
y<M use The Golden Putter y(m11 know it is one of tiie best 
that's mttie, wrarthy in every way of a plKe of honor in your gdf bag. 

ORDER TODAY . . . WE'LL SHIP PROMPTLY 
V(fe iraUdt to be sure y(Ni11 r^^% ymir Go^n f^itl«r in time ffNT montiffi 
of fun this summer. AH GstdiB»are p»d(ed aiMi d^iped wittun 24 houis 
aftor they are received So {ritease don't dday; fiB in the ciNivenient 
Order Co^x>n and mall it at (moe. IIni'B be ^ad you did, for youll putt 
better than you ever did beft»e. ^^u'U have that GOLDEN TOUCH 

on tl^ •WMaMif 



MO«H$ GOODMAN ASSOCIATES o^. ST 

P.O. Bm 279 iKNitng, Hi. f 

btdomd 1M Q dMck Q Moiwy ordw for $. , M poynMnt 

for THE G0U>04 PUrra at $1 3.95 «<Miw po«tag* paid. ' 



Style 
No. MO 
No. 1000 



Quantity FOIt MAN FOit WOMAN 



(Nr riglit or ioft-iiaMM pioyor] 
{For ri^^MNKlwi fte^r only) 



ayliUofo 




GETTIM) AROUND 



Diek CMfaiB. It. of Seumitk, Arkfim, 
wKf fcw* • to«d OB Ui ibuulitan BoiwAqw, 
Ira^ tft« the OwMmi nMh k ««« ki« taWB 
a hMldiy jta#t ia Ui poehsls to sHkt np 

fork. 

Dick, win iwitfw 149 poniMli and ■ttadi 
tw fwt amn tedM teB, epcolM « ricic- 
■iww iM mde UoiMtf. iMdi mmpOTii a 
nuy M low aduii* iMi Arae eUdm tt 




tet. tow Myof ttt eoUHHiB a toed 
PhoMis diiHppiM oMier lo Urn miowdlm 
5.00(N»r pvtiBg tot He oeaeeii m^ Ae 
lipt. ^A4m atoM «Mn«i aiMat 115 per 
day, »Uch he ii iMltiBi arida to eoHaia. Hit 
OrieM^ c^ temce htf been w nooaaiftd 
Ah oeaier hu r^ ^i"* ^ frndite to 
opciale. awl iooA ha hopea to expMd widi 
rictahnvatoiMtoat 



How about fliva»ii« hooea for a : 
aoMboi^ ia aao^er oooBtiyT Chariotte Klee- 
fliaa of Kail Ni(3w;C«(Mrrt*iai^ll«t for 
JHH 73 oeala you can letter wih HoMa in- 
I Ud^ 37 CMtott ran, MiNoa. Bif' 
to eKfaaap your •pMl4eMl for a 
chalet, as MaHaii vOa, a thatch-ioof 
eoltap^ ia Sutey, or whidefWH yo«r haufa 
deahe amy be. Aa otn foe i 
yoo u« 



Lee Simple, of Dttrkem, Mkk^m, loet 
ha hak leoeotfy. Of oeane, a |ood aM^ peo- 
ple have bcea loiiag thek iMir ia Deathara 
(at eiNwhere). hot aooe had aay vriaed at 
$2,3011. Lee k a i i lwm a n for a hakpfoee 
coa»wiy. aad a ihieC 4ola aiae caaloB«nda 
toapeea froai hit atalioa watoa wWb ke <M^ 



Haie*a mm aa^l aMee ftoai Mn. Tom 
Imtiea stWntUm, tfaw a fiiiwffi, far keep- 
taf fmt CfaiiaHMi tne t»itf 8«a year: 
Biqr a Ma iritfi oaadiea tea^ aMehed . . . 
ke^ (n* (Mtdoora hi a pal ^ waiStiB 
)iat beien CUmm , . . eat it ap to the 
coolHt part of Am foeai, «■ fo a oeahdaer of 
waiar (lenaarfier fee* tnea diMk a lot. to 
keep k amaMd) . . . Bli fl^ aladrie ^im. 
check wim for fti^ad tail, Md hm Ufhls 
off «haa yoB la««« . . . cfow i^ rittom aad 
^per iMBMdlrtaly ... aad ate tta Ine down 
<ao mama} *a dqr aflv Mar Yav'i. 



Paiaam haw thM At a pmy ImBimbif 
hhlMii. a voiaa airifirir 
a vane ima Ui aoi^ 
hataid. 1t*i too riaqaft.** 'DaMyoa ftiak I'm 
eld cmcmih lo hear Mf aihad oaa of the 
adaha. **¥!«," aald the foUqp youaf 
"botymidee^thUIaaL" 



DebUe IkpteMs of Lot Ai^tkt Cmmty. 
Omnht ia a b% ^ aow. bat Jort two 
laan at» dM had paHed har aeeead Wrthday 
aad had yet la ^ «p har baby bottle. Her 
hi Jcmiratinn hail daddad to kt hh 




iMehte 
caaM totta 
tadhMhidoa 

a 



ipint 

a^i^ bafoia. Debbie 
wWte her riMer filed 



tfr baWJag 



Ted^ bean. 

Mil ■—■■J |m • 



adbeiMea^ 
DebUa'k gia for a 
a^holde, lovtiqly 
bM. 




k Siilfv^ToiKf,DecmiAwl963 



A Chnsmm pomm by AwmrMs Iac^^ mttwr of U^t v^ru 




Let Tuk Be Cozy 
and Suburbulent 



Br OGDEN NASH 



I tq> vf mti^ I juMrinA wif Im^Mi 

Sltotl, wtiirta ifl. t«meam M eoMt! 
To ]w»I Mak ft hottday tOMt 
I h(qi0 BO nrranoM ncwQi^o 
]%tari» tfw pM« <tf SftUM^i 
Mfty vvuy Cm^jf ^^^ ft 
OftlmiiptiiiBft IWI hi U loflft. 

For Borfeel^, Tqpttp, nd TluaMftf 

The aMM^ ttwirff IfrifiiftTriT wOm wmf, 

Far <hMt Me^ Wl— qncfw. O/ita W*y. 

Par WfltfBort. Vtt. mj^ Wr ii toH- loo. 

Trot o^i ^hft tfiittiiiftt sad KftSEOO 

In BcmurdnMa Mid tftrittaf Ri^ 

Flron a^ tett oiiee At pi^ttaM trod 
BH^ah lodiV At Ima Mid eod! 
Ho, taadloirit See Oftt goMet MBiiMth 
Is Broeidtee, WaJlaJay, Mtfek, Ffynoiitt^ 
PBe h^ tfw anAiV «• «««y IP^ 
Ib Wolmni ^mI fffiiittiwtf. 
White Jandtotii ofwd^ adrail 
DMpaoao Me4 chiSf MOBftd Da6<A» 
And h«V ivhila hreftat ftM dsddiai Joint 
Oai Bh wii i ^^tom ftsd iM Oroaae Ptiiflle, 
i^iiil fiift!^ wilh milhiii iM<i iim hftf > 
Feed Ri^Nd 0ik wbA F^otfac 



Iiriahft^ 

For ItoyhHid ftsi Vk^akk, too. 

lifey Ae mama*$ tn* daaawd in 

Ob Mb Oni^ Qoftatico, ftsd Ladoos, 



Oa Lii^OMi wd EriUfttahymi; 
MqF SftBlft HBprai Ua net 
To fna B^htiAi ftsd Oievjr Cheat, 
Aad acatlar iMiaMt ob^ Jowb^ 
Above AiM^oib mad Glea ftui^ 



l^houanrfvea OMririt ie 0««l^ 

rA| ■■11111)1, Bfot bKra^ BoiBit, 

^Mipip i|t» flMgr ft toodaoBie goody 

b liforfattft and Diumoodf 

To prove A^ an^BO oooIb flk^ i 

im att tteir ImatiMida hoBer "Oorfeooar; 

Which BMiWBB of Conl OaMea aad C^aa. 

Beiot tetfMr SasA, fnBOiiaet it "Oo^jMr 

Ui Yak i* e^y md uthmMtnlf 



MMMAtMM iV BONWHM 



At( 

L^a iMVC OS a e e^ g Bt ao mAafgo, 
So holM aad hete ^pua the c^ 
To WiidMKl PHk Old Wanes Twp^ 
itad ttaal ttft tufc^ a ofc^4okay " 
la V^^eaion, Harvi^w, i^ SkekJm. 

May hmtt iinp V^k Mosad St. Lmia 

Lflu kaMBfoo or l^nVHaotM! 

AAqr wery ^verfe Mb o( SMa 

B^ive M n i ttf l f today ia Cteyios; 

M^ fiA; te KMnrood aad fli Sfacwabury 

IMio don't Itte cmdserry fewtt M fooeebeiTy. 

¥e ariwhasMea rawd Kaaim Ciy, 
kfity yes ^wad C^riitiBaa rt^m fnOf', 
Mqr psd^a iiitiiatibly idhUy 
Tta^ ^hUuhI, daywmft, aad SiWey; 
aiay aoroaa noBi ower ^aee nor feaapa 
Mat, Sprfes^ Looe|ad^ « Prame V^ia. 

Mff tm tkt f0^ ckbna prwwbid 



Now let aqr hmtiaat |retAi|a locae 
Ntaf Fnnq^wda, OS KnooGM. 
May evoy vMk be panted <yiiddy 
la Kh« of PrvMte aad Stwkddty. 
Eaib fwriiier be a tadgr faii^fer 

la Minoeaoto, fir frooi Soh<^ 

May Saaia chackte "Minathohor 

May odis horde* from ifMOt aot j^^e 

Oryatat or hOaMonka Vt^fe, 

Ck ft)^ emoan by ailiAAe 

Hk Tonka Say or Whte Bar Lake. 

htoy msk lattudes tbo mkt 

Both WMttidi Bay ud BKom Deer. Wia.; 

I tether h^t A^ do not rioA 

Oi BMmwnd Beach and Mcifttt, WMh., 

Bat leave Ae W cMlliweat of oig i 

To adatlrtoe MMi I 



Now heaitea to my kmd oittope, 

Wt ida^^BC Baanttfil Ohionii. 

Which mtam I wiah dMat del^ 

To P^^ga ra» aad Siaker He^^; 

IMh^b rod and pets Md dv«r baOa, 

To KtHeriiC MMi Cai^pia Frii^ 

.^id. ^ for Aia, a md ftwwa 

O'er Lrwalasdt CWviBt, aad I aaia 

IwilA tet a^atie horeitt 

Worid Udm akmt FMt WorOt ai^ Datoa 

To WaaoBi^ for a CMatiBM treat. 

Grand Pr^^ WheaAnd, aad Meaqptte, 

Aad miviag at HonalOB Ifo a ttnd. 

Cheer i^ihiadel aad Wfflow Bend; 

A ineaent mw Ami aable pdto 

For tte TcwM who hm tifayMag dae. 



^ wen there bM wiMld eaosiht Md thae^ < 
fd l»ve peeled handredi ann a ihyme, 
Ihrt OM^ad ia toohaye aad^aee too aaaal. 
So here h a heiM to one mmI a^ 
Aadbeyov leelotalan or ^dSiOBi 
Mei^ Cteiitaiai, Smmmk Tonairtrteaffteni 



SkiterMfl Toief, I h^m^er 1963 



Now Sheraton 

insures 

your hotel 

reservation. 

You get $20 

in services free 

if we don't 

deliver 

on a confirmed 

reservation 



Doftt WBRy. Wi woB^ JM^^MMV MQF I20i. TMi is iNiMl Mw, and 
wkf Million his K. RiMt cnvMy! If iw hdM i ooRfirwd mwvt- 
oM it §Bf SwiriM lloM, Ma^ yw 4mw ^ fsr yonr fosR vAm yw 

IMd Mil MiUMd K for in itlMB. IN dolA irt t RHL ttM «• BW 

yw I €«Mali good for la^ vnrth of feod, bwMi^ Md hMM It 
M9 swinii NOW or MNor im Myviwft. no Ons or irayDe s. mni 
jnw ^ Me $20 oHMnti mm if ywr itsorvitfon called for a |9l90 
fooM. Vol cn^ iM i, M ttM WW mnr cni M ShMihM. For ImmmI 
RssHwtfon il tfiiniiitoed nte Cvov n e wr on i dimiv non thm 
oife: forX fMl |lm 3fow nairwt ^miw NoM or 



OMck 



ttSlmmtoii Itotelsfi Motor liiiis 



iattU 




VMM WMU> 



f>ariy time, anytime..? 
delicio^ coflfee for 4 gueste or a dc^en 

What could be « flmr ^ for c»ffee enterUJningT Wett 
Bend "Purty Perks" brew 12 to 30 cape of exquidte, foil 
flaviMred coffee . . . automatically. Just pour in cold water — • 
add coffee— -plug it in — aiui foi^ it Serve Ii|^t i^ra 
wMb coffee is ready. Modem buffet styling in satin stain- 
ten sted. Also in ^amii^ poU^d ahiiirinnin. Ui^ue in 
serving elegance . . . matddess in lasttig beauty, ease of 
ofwntiQn aiui true coffw flavt». bi steinbtt st^ nndn 
$40. Polished ahuninum, under $iO. 



THE WEST BEND COMPANY, om»». mo, wmtmmm^ynm. 




OmtSBS 



WWU in MMMirfM 




mmtr&mr. 

iNl, 




Chrimm Mb immirmdUm wotUjrmn B^SM^^i mdm umm. 



MY UPB hss been di&rent evw 
dace my fim trip to tiie 
Bibfekuidi. 

Fooiteoi boon tarn }iem Yofk 
yam fet titp^at caam dfsmn die 
ndar beun teto a fudiHiti^ iroild 
of lound snd ookir and itooiibmg 
life. It it a worid where fefatny Mvei 
i^sin; wh^e the BU^ coaM» chi- 
matkaiOy aUve. 

Ai you flwve speedily by csr 
over a nu^DUiGrat U^^iy up to 
the Holy City. lemnnber dut our 
LcMd, 1^ often sude W* to^. 
wallced tlie dimb over a roi^ 
road, a buge Kctioa of wUch itil 
mt^m. It tt con^ioied d k^e. 
(Aariot-ivtled pavtag Uo^ md 
die ipade is ^ep 8»i Inid. 
. Aboirt hidfway up from J«lcho 
to Ji»us^n, we come to the Iim 
of Ae Good Ssmarifsn, caUed 
Khsu Hathmr by die Ardn. It is 
a nodon tfni^ue med as a lor- 
daman police Mtfim. Untfocmed 
•ditten WMK^ odoifal red mi 
wlto kiAyehs (lieai^MeoM) ne 
9tiny» OB gmypd. The ftmmA 
b«fl(^ ihmib CNB die ^ of a veiy 
snoeM to^ KeoAoM cauu^te of 
andeiM m^ and moiaiai are vte- 
iUe, uid ewee<fii^ dd rode 
ds^nt on die ^InfiaMe tful a 
bufl£i% hat he«i h«e nwe Mrie 
timet. And devp^ mod^ fm^ 
ren, ^ak n fvacdc^y tlie rafy 
boikliiig on tlw nwte betwMn Bedi- 
any and the outiddito d loidio. 

Soon now, around a b^d ta Ae 
rMd, ^Ht thsB wee l^us^ra the 
CkMm, gjbamii^ cm its bOb. The 



ttdl ditti^ unm oa Ae Mo^ d 
(Mves eaa be seen al ial»vi^ tarn 
miles aingr u die road Mrtat and 
tm^ wnii&9 to wqr ^ duongh 
the wonatakm d Svdcu. 

On owr wqr up to the Hoty City 
we t«» eone to the <<AhigB d d- 
AanyA, tfae ^ d die andent 
vOags oi Bedwqr. It ttes on a 
dxmider d the Mout d Ottvei 
acHO^ two wBm frooi Jeniaalan. 
Attoi^ new hoiMes and ecmi- 
mee^ bofldfaip are being erected 
doi4 die buy U0mmy, u toon 
at yoneator die vitage itsetf die 
Um d ttWcd tim» it deady 
evident U loda at tf ft came 
Mi^ oirt d the mbh-iuA like 
acea^ hi Ae BHiie pfchwe boob 
we i^kI m ^flftra. 



T 



wmn loi«d B^^ and often 
«l <WDefaere to mit at Aebtmie 
d his MeaOi, Laaiat, Maiy. and 
Uia&iM. The mfau d die houte d 
Laaum and h» Men are pdated 

out to us oa ow ^Mk md we are 
4io«ni also die remdnt d die 
house d Smon the Lep^. It wat 
hi dib howe thd letiH ^ at din- 
ner, vHien a woman omiewM an 
dabatfer bca d predout ohttmi»it 
and nt^ed ^m. Sam ma to 
toncAed ly ^ ad d Uifitoett «id 

tactttce Od He laU, '^Wh^^ 

ev^ thtt go^ duA be pn4P* 
in die whde iraikl, thse thaU abo 

tt, tite tttt womw fen^ done, 

he toid for a memorid d her." 

(Mddtew 26:13) 

We ieaie ow cv at Bediany 



Suhtrbie TtMky, Dttxmbff 1963 



THE TRIP 

OF A 
LIFETIME 



BY NORMAN VINGINT PEALE 




Cam^tmba an ammoH,cnmii^^^mp0upariiiiM0tht hallways. 




Go to the Holy Land whenever 

yottwnmume it, this famous clergyman says 

—und leads the w€o^, Bible m haful 



aad take a iiam»ir, rto^ load iq> 
to the Mooot of Ottics. 

As we cliiri» vpwud, i^u d 
Jerosakan q^iear throii{^ the (rfive 
tiws. We tzwd^ in ilMoe, birt it 
M a deq^ flKmtaif alnoe as we tiy 
to itd wntiqr ci mdldi^ tkeie 
saioed mBn. T%e patb k ttoep «id 
nanow and duty. At brt we come 
to the pboe known tw ceMuries as 
DomiiMis Ftevk, in memory <^ the 
weqpn^ of our Lotd over J«a- 
sakia. We vA onrsdves if pa:li^[» 
He'w^ps <wef m mad our c^ and 
ourwiMld. 

We ctM^ii^ to the Onuch o€ 
the Pa^ Norter of^^da^ buUt to 
nuut tile |teoe w^oe lenu titted 
to Wa dkc^rin Aoat the connqg 
t^U^ t4ff^, nA tin wtoe Ife 
taii^ thrai tile LcmTs ¥n^. The 
pfayer, m^ttim m mmy hii^iagrs, 
adMBS tile waisof te ocdonnade 
of tiie ctardi. 

ALCH4G THE WAY iw enter a small 
. dome-Aqied chapel dni^ to 
oimd^ ttam. It was emrted mi 
the ste of aft older cki^ 6c- 
ttpoyed by the Persians m 614. 
TUs m fwammd to be tiie spot 
from whiA Jesu ascended mto 
Hteaven. A stone wda an o|myag 
in tiie fcor is mailed as the iriace 
Ms feet last cowAed on earth. 

As we reach the h^M of the 
Afomtt ol (XivH a mrvdoos view 
eaMward hokb va cMiaiKed. At 
M&ght, «Aett tiie hMt4iaze of the 
d^ hM lM»d, we see m tiie fiff ifi»- 
tuKe te Dnd Snnd tte JwAn 



vtMty. A long, wea^ng Ihie c^ 
green marks the coarse ol the river 
Jonhm, Md the great bine sm Iks 
ckaity <^ned m ^As (tf imd^. 
'Ae flxmirtains <rf M<Mb sod GSead 
are sw^ by cckaM fi^kt as the 
k^lftemng shadows of conung 
evening seek to As{rate the tSxA- 
gaee of tiie settii^ snn. From tins 
'vanti^ pokat, wtth its wide ^ax>- 
nuna <d Jenmkai, the scene of 
mvdi of the gr^ action erf the 
Go^ qw^ds b^»e m. In that 
area took pbce Kmie ci the great- 
est events in the qiirtoial history 
ol mankmd. 

1 Ulw to ap|»o«;h Jerusalem on 
foot tt twffi^ The best time for 
photo^rai^rs is momii^ when 
the ctQr lies in Mght, ckar eastern 
wd^t But at twiUght there is 
cAen a hsty, mytfinl l^hting ef- 
fect thM is littie short of etiKreaL 
It produces an ever-changing 
MoMfing c^ s<^ pa^ diades that 
inve^ the entire iMinorama of tiie 
dty and Judean ids with a ^ory 
tint nraist be frcwi Heaven itself. 
Ite dty behiml its masave walls 
seenu to flratt m a gtdden haze. 
Pnh^8 it ms M »idi an hcMir that 
JesBS, Who loved tUs iMmxh &tf 
tjnn Who resized its tn^edy, wept 
overh. 

The road tak^ us now down- 
UIl to a betovMi and sacred gar- 
den. L^i^ serenely at tiie foot d 
the MouM of CXivn, G^hsemane 
wn aA the ^ne oi Sam a quiet 
country retre^ to whid the Muter 
;often n^ucd Ux m evming of 
Conrimud om page 18 



® WO by PfMaw4W|| Mv 



SiAwMa T^kkif, DttewAer 1963 



W01K..there's a 
zillion-jillion toys 
in here I 




The Hyggelige 
Hospitality 
of Denmark 




i 



Danish ChHstnm Eve Mnner a a gtda occasion. A tree, garlanded with tiny fk^ of the country 
and fikkering with ttghted wax candles, skmds as a gay backgroia^ f» a taNe of nath^e foods. 



# At a gu«tt of the Dan'nh MinUtry of F«r«ign' Af- 
fairi and th« Donitli Agrici^turol MaHcating Board, 
I hod th« dvligtitful Mp«H«nc« of viiiting th« pic- 
tuFMqu* island* of Dcnmork with 10 American 
food odifort. 

Wo woro |>rivil«9od to loom about lh« agriculturo 
and hiitory of th« country diroctly fro«n th» hojpit- 
obto Oanof and olio by viiiting thair farm* and 
Moing tho chooM and bacon factorios at woHi. Th* 
highest standords for quality control or* strictfy en* 



for(»d and or*, indood, improtMvo. 

WhoMw w« dinod— in elwrming honi«, qyoint 
inns, or fashlonoblo restouronts — tho food wo« not 
only superbly flavored but e«quisitely garnished. 
That intangible Danish "hygge," on atm«phere of 
coeinets and gaiety, surrounded ui everywhere, ^k 

Christmos Eve dinner in Denmarli wouM proboW^ 
include many of the authentic recipes presented 
here for your holidoy-hygge . . . ond a very happy 
holiday season to each of you. 



MELANIE DE PROFT, Food Editor 



10 Suburbia Today, December 1963 



UCE PORBID^^ 

On CMatmm Sv* ikt Dmus iMffn f Mr ^lur with Mi rlet ft^ridgt. Tlu fmr- 
u>n who gt$M Hm MMra dmmd fvedwis a fimtm, nmiMf a mmniptm ^. Tke 
Mhen comole tkenuHvts ky Midilitg wwm smeH b*^ wMcft b a nteaaarj 



6 c«ya 

1 

H 
1 



1. Bring mHk to boOing In a heavy tiuceptn; add rice v«y gradually, ^rriim 
constancy and CMrtimie to Mtr I to 2 mia. Onm and cook over low heat, ttlr- 
ring oeciM&MXiy, 43 mk. to 1 hr., or until abnort all of dw milk is atwOTbed- 
and theJice b creamy. , 

2. ^ir in the tak and itoond. T^ wMh pati of bu^ and aerve wMi a oyxture 
of the simar and cimMnon. AboM 8 servbtgi 

mm A L*AHANDE 

Tht red mid Mthkt a^on <^ the Ikmish /log av seen to this eretmy dessert wWt 
to red fndt mmu anapeckfiy ^ee^ «o the Dmm. 

% mta^k 1 



1. Conrimc mflk and vanWa b«u in a hnvy eaucepaa. For cooking rkc, see 
step 1 of Rkx htrrk^ recipe. 

2. Remove VttriOa bMn ami co(4 rioe d^My. BIrad in the si^r, dierry, and 
chopped ahnoods. 

3. When thMOUgMy oooled, foM in the w^q^ed cieam. Serw with a red frnlt 
savce, cheny ^fenMy. About 8 servb^ 



1 S.|»lMk 



H 



ROAST GOOSE 

1 lb. 



■hMh* 






1. Rinae gooae Md remove any targe tayers ot fet fftm die bocfy cavity. Pat 
dry with abifl rt e^ l»pef • l^ub body aiul neck aivitles wkh a mixture of the 
sah and pepper. 

2. Mix a^ea, piMes, and mgar tof^wr; H^h^ tpooa mixtwe into cavitiea. 
To ckMe bmfy teivkf, lew, or duma and tacc w'Ot a owd. Farten neck sku to 
back wtth d^w«r. Loop owd around legs, t^^tn s^|^, and tie to tail. Rub 
skin oi foose wtf a little salt. 

S. naoe goow. Iwntt side down, on a rack in a shaOow roasting ^ui. 
4. Ro^ uacoveied, at SIS'F 2V6 hrs., removing fat from ima sexwral times 
during ^s pniod. Tiwa gooae, breast side up, ami rcMst 45 to 60 mia. longer, 
or uittH gooae tests done. To te« for donenns, mcnw leg gently by frasiung 
end of b^ne. Wtaea done, (hiraistkk-thigh joint moves eaally. Transfer goose to 
a carving board or hnted serving platto* while i»q>arii4 gravy. Garnish as 
(tesired (aee pboto). 

Gravy— f cm off lA but H oip df di^^>inp from roastii^ pan. Add about 2 
cups hot wat»; Mng to b^ing. stirrii^ to kwsm browned rmiat. Stir in a 
unooth nuj^Bfe of Vi cup odd mm and VI cup IhHir. B^ to boiUng and b<Nl 
1 to 2 min^ Mirriog contairtly. SoMcm to ta^. Abmit 8 servbtgs 

ROAST FRESH HAM 

Score rind of a 10- to 144b. froah Iuhbb as in {Aoto, spwing sUs Vi in. apart, 
end rub wMh a mixture of 1 tal^qioon eMwse aah and 4 t eas p o on s gronad 
itlif|-. Pot bay leavea in several of die sIMs. Insert a roaMnneat Anmomeler 
inC^eat put <rf oMaratf ttntf tip does not rest in ftt or on bone. Race roaM 
on a ra^ u a skdlof^^^a^ pan. RMst, unotvered, at SZS'F uirtQ intonal 
temperaAm ^i^Ml^^^^AOow 30 to 33 min. pa pouiKl.) Remove tha- 
momettf Md^Mer roaM to carvii« board or hnted serving ptatter. Let roaat 
stand ^ to 30 nin. b^oK carvmg; dm allows OMat to iOmmI) ita juices md be* 
ornie ei^er to carve. Prqnre pavy. If dcsved. Abmn 12 sarvbtgs 

Cm^uud OH page 12 



SHbmrUa Today, December 1963 1 1 




For Christmas 



MX anr mmvims 
jku. M* BHTaia 



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MIMAIS' 

by Ann Davidow 



HOURS OF FUN iik. ,^ 

f Vmh' \With rounded nose end fuzzy hair. 



the koala 

is a treetop 

bear. 



When baby is too young to ctimbi 
he clings to Mother all the Hme. 



ITS FUN TO LEAIN *CAUSe rrs FUN TO DRAWI Ann 
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AODRBS. 



an. 



XONK. 



.STATE. 




Right: Some of the wcrltts finest 
bretut comes from Denmark, ^iced 
thin end sf^ead genermtdy with bit- 
ter, it is the base for sm^rrebr^. 




Right: AsDmUsh lam, bacon, m^ 
oiker pork froAiels, ^m hi^ mi 
hmLminetpi^em^M09mof 
DetmaH^s krg^ export biutn^ms. 



\ V^go Hansen,Mgr. of SAS North Anmktm 
> ^ Catering, serves the author before take^. 



Hospitality 
of Denmark 

CmMimed from page II 
SUGAR-BROWNED POTATOES 

S toSlk. 
5 

3 



1. Wash and scrub potittoes; cook, covocd. 
ia booing salted water 12 to IS taia., ax until 
afanost teiMier. I^in and peel. Rime widi odd 
water; dry witb absoibeftt paper. 

2. Heat sugar in a heavy, li^t-cotored riuUet 
over low hiuL WW back oi a wooden ^kkmi. 
gently keep sugar moving toward centn of 
dittet u^ it is melted. Heat until sirup k a 
1^ foidea brown. 

S. Stir in butter and heat until butter nod 
VB^pt sat thoraugMy blieoded. 
4. Add poUtoes and turn them t»tly to coat; 
maove from heat and b^oie saving turn 
them uata wdl coaled. Aboia $ sarvii^ 
Note: Indude a htnd ci bmkd pardey-but- 
lened potatoes akMg with the sugar-browned 
p0ll^oes (see jdioto). 

RED CABBAGE 




L Cut caMMge oAo cpuotas. att out oora, 
and remove tou^ outer teaves. Shred coarady. 

t, iML Jbutter in a laife, hnvy skillet Add 
(^UMige; cock tAMA 5 mm. to stolen, turning 
ftequeotfy wA a spooa. 
3. Stir in a mixtwe oi neU four ingredioits 
nd then the simp and i^ies. Covo-; sonmer 
abort IM hrs.. stirring occuiooany. 

Aboia S s«vjHi« 

*lf sfaup is not avaBaUe, substtfa^ m^d 
red cumnt ^ly. 



12 &AmHa Tod^, December 1963 




I x^twn^ Torts 

mf yw Olio f^HiPttvya 





try ^Mai ^ mtxifrti fM tunes 
durii^e minwmble luruhton featttr- 
b^ MVtrai tMickms Danbh che^et. 




{3^" f li . . .what four-layer goodie 
dtd, have we here? 



;i~=:^ 



Bavarian Creme Yellow Torte, 
that's what. 

Now Plllsbury brings It to you 
in mixes. Two new mixes. 





i» 



One for the 
Bavarian Creme 
Yellow Gake 



One for the 
Bavarian Creme 
Fluffy Frosting 



Together, they give you this Bavarian Creme-inspired 
tofte. The cake bakes up into two ttll and mofcK Mfws. 
So moist, if 8 M»y to slice acfo» fo r the four tayg"- 
The filling is fluffy andfofl of crwamy Coniiiwirtalflwor 
with piwty to go between the four layeis. BMUtiful. 
Differant Yet Plllsbury makes H all so simple with just 
two mtm. Bake up one soon. It's a party on a plate. 




DANISH APPLE CAKE 

S !• S lbs. arplMt 



M eapmrtcr 
H e«pai«ar 

SH rapaeMnedbpybrMdi 

1 capeUlledwklppiaccrMmwyppcd 

1. Cook apples in a covered bravy saucqmn 
with the water and one-half of the nigar until 
soft, about 20 min. 

2. Heat the butter in a heavy skillet Add the 
remaining sugar and l»ead crumbs. &ir over 
low heat about S min., or untU crumb* are 
gcriden t»own ai^ crisp. 

3. Turn one-third of the crumbs into a IVi- 
qt. glau serving dish. Cover with about one- 
half of the applesauce; continue laymng, end- 
ing with numbs. 

4. S^KKMi the whi|^)ed cream onto the cake to 
form a border; decorate with jdly or jam 
(see idMto). Serve while stUl warm. 

About 8 servbigi 



DANISH BLUE CHEESE TRAY 

For a large gadiering, place a whde D«ni i li 
Bine Cheese at one end of an oval sflvn tray. { 
Cut and ranove a number of wed|^; sli^Mly 
overiap them at the opposite end of tray. 
Crack walnntt (in the shdl) into hidves. Then 
scatter the nuts-in-half-shell, interspersed widi 
small clusters of daric por^e grapee, all ovtx 
the tray. Gamkh top of uMUt portion <#!' 
cheeae with a large, impressive duster of 
the purple grapo* 

SM0RREBR0D 

Danish open-faced sandwiches, practkaUy a 
naiionat institution, are culinary nuMerpleces, 
each a work of art. For after-the-tluatre or 
late evening entertaining, arrange a tray with 
a ct^orfid assortment to offer your fftests 
eiong with a choice of akvavii or DaniA 
cherry Uqueur. ^.^rrf* 

Butter thin slices of dark rye bread and cover 
ccunpletely with any of the following ti^ipings: 
1. Danish ham slices wiUi tiny tomato wedges, 
water cress, a spoonful of mayonnaise mixed 
with cooked peas and diced carrots, and a 
twisted cucumber slice. 2. Liver paste, sliced 
mushrooms, marinated cucumber slices, and 
cr^ly fried Danish bacon. 3. I^n^ dieese 
slices with radish clusters or thinly sliced rad- 
ahes. 4. Tiny dirimp piled geno-ously att^ 
a crisp green lettuce leaf and gamislMd with a 
slice of lemon. S. Overlapping thin slices of 
smoked sabnon with sprigs of fresh diU and^ 
white asparagus tips. 

DANISH CHRISTMAS COOKIES 

During the Miday season, Danoh hMne- 
makers are the Inisiest nwmbers of tfie &bi- 
ily. One dl their many responsibilitia is to 
carry out the honored tradition of bakmg . 
Oirbtmas cookies — at teast three kincb: 
Kleino-, VanUla Rings, and Brown Wafers. 
Danish cookie recipes are available on requot 
to DANISH COOKIES, SUBURBIA TO- 
DAY, 153 North Midiigan Avenue. Oucago. 
Illinois. 60601. _ 



Suburbia Today. December 1963 13 



Catholics Thank God 
There /S a Pirgatory 



Yob aMqr oot i^ee with tfas i§e- 
dd CttboUc bdief. 

Yog any oomead, « maof io, 
^tfiit PiugHxxjr is not awKMoed 
m the Ksk. You oa^ bcve hetcd 
tfatt K is noditnig moie dm • 
aumiag &U^ desi^aed hj die 
Qttliaik priesdiood «o fr^faiea 
Mid deodhre die £kiddiiL Yoo mqr 
bcve been mid diK die Apotdcs 
and die cadf ChrisriMM did not 
bdirw mPucgMoty. 

It tt true, ot coufse, that the 
BiUe does not mentioa the wocd 
Vwg^totj, aj7 more thin it does 
muncfous odier wonb and ttCBU 
commonly ac c ep ted by dl Chris- 
tians. But k ^o«r do^ mdiawe 
dm theie is tada a phoe ol satis- 
^Ktion for sm and the tenmofml 
tMnkhment due to it after deuh 
but bef <xe die genend ladtgDiaic. 

"File sluiU ffy every man's wodc, 
oi what sott it is," wrote St Aod 
(1 Cor. 5: 13-13)... abd even 
dui^ his woric diaMie "bwned." 
die man hims^ "diall be saved, 
yet so as by fiie" Paul himseif 
dyifrved the custom of Wfkag 
tor die dead: "The Lord giant 
unto him (Onesif^ionis) to find 
men^ of the Lord in thtt day" 
(2 Tim. 1:18). The "fires" diat 
tty a man's work are certtmly not 
n> be ftjtmd on earth (» in heaven, 
and die fires of hell <k} not save. 
Would Pkul have pcned for One- 
siphorus. then dead, if he bdievcd 
die soul of 1ms departed co-woricer 
was befood help.' 

Millioos of people drafted t|us 
I^ with no serious sins on thetf 
a^S, even die just ama hu hh 
smaO ftulingi God would not 
deof them havra, nor woidd Ht 
cnanHnn them to evcriastuig 
punMiment. Therefoie, u oodi- 
ii^ defiled can Mter hecvoi (lev. 
21:27) these mu« be a p&ne 
i^iefe^these lesser »ns can be 
deansed. 



But proof as to Po^papry tt not 
limited to the B&k. I^e f^en 
and doctors of dbe Qnitch apedk 
rcpea^fiy of the praoice at the 
£^ Ckwnns of pnqriiig lot the 
dead. TenuUitt, seccnd oanny, 
a d mnn h hed "die tudaM wi£e to 
pnnr lorite soul of her deemed 
bi^Mmd." Hie fourth ceototy Ui- 
toran ^isciwa, St Cyril of lem- 
sidem. &. %i»em, St AnArase 
and ^ Joim ChrysoMom afl ^xjlBe 
ol the efficacy of pnyeis for the 
dqNUttd sonlsL The teier, m ba, 
ssmI sodi suppliouMo ma "or- 
dained by die Apoades." 

AU the lioo^ of die Omdi 
ate rqdete wkhifipeals for God's 
mocy upon die souls of the de- 
parted. Insomtions on the walls 
of die caiBGOows of the fitst Qirii- 
tJMi eta voke nmflar pn^cn. It 
would not be oeotatary lo ^ead 
for those in heaven-^dle to pn^ 
for duae in helL So theie omtt 
be a place in between, whkh Odh- 
oUcs call IHttgatoty. 

And for CttlMliGS, deadi would 
be a much more feighteniu^ pcoa- 
pea a there woe no Pw^HOiy, 
for aU who go diere m^ be tried 
"as by fire," hat aU ace aaswadl^ 
saved, tf you iKwU 1^ to Imow 
mote about the doctrine of 
Pnrgamty, write totk^ for Ime 
pampUet It will be mafled im- 
medlacefy; nobody wfll caO on 
you. Ask for Fampldec Nd SU-14. 



tmnua m rmmmm 



un 



il.lMiil%M». 



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Aooans^ 

cnr 



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BEUEVE IN AMERICA! 



SLEEK 



ON 
THE 




A <»zy coaxm to wear at diXy moim- 

—-a lup-kt^^ wWie idu^gy parka of 
texUa^ AcrOm. Ifs pt^ed hare^tk 
darei-cohred pom, haytmam wmr 
U <nw miy others. B^' ty Vila. 



White as the tMvm snow aid miicA 
more rugged Otaa a h<a»-^kmg,slim 
(pOted i^drka over mug streteh paais. 
Both are oi Chemstnu^ AcrUm mtd 
i^fkm, kom ^eb» Eiiksem, aadam^ 
madA^wmhed ami dHed In a ^. 

14 Suburbia Today, Deeemb^ 1963 



SLOPES 

BY DONNA LAWSON 

FioM Sun Valley to Sugar Bi^ 
diis winter's skkrs wiU be turning 
out in longer, teaner paricas, with 
skin-aJim pants of stretch IslMcs that 
snap hack to shape after eveiy twist 
cnr turn. AU one color, too, from col- 
lar to bo(M top, or no color at all, 
like tf» surprise shock-white outfit 
below. TaikMfing is ^^nythin^ and 
off with the ginimicks — tassels, 
fringe^ and flower-patdi prints. Abo 
loi^ and sleek, but slightly madc^ 
tittn the r^t, are tte popular real 
or cmtn^eoudy ^e fiir parkas. 



Bnmd-mw Ms y§»-^he afi- 
one-cokfr hek. Hve it is in 
Antk^vhid Mue Acrtim md 
nyhn, pemis and a pcpover 
parlfa tipped up protectively 
to the kigk-buttorud neck. 




RCNnttD MIPORTCRS, WO., N.Y. 



All in oru color a^nr—this 
time, ifs cardimd red, in Ac- 
rikm arul nylon by Antics. 
Snappy tailoring marks the 
drop shoulder line, dhgtmal 
side pockets md gatfured hem. 

Suburbia Today, December 1963 15 




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any dishwasher can wash ! 



Nifw ioqwcn^ IXrinnHiMr aW not onfy auk wat» 
qpots bat di aa dw 7 tMna w^tdaibom t^otB ttiit 
trotibie mimy rnikmrniie dMnradiir owanrl I^- 
wi^MT air« nvor-powtnitiiif aofaitkn geto in and 
under tiMM qxitm Bffci tfaem (^ ami floate ttwm 
aiwqf.So dtfiiw u B iOMniaontqiiarklii^deaa cvm 
^ .aftar b«i^ rtacked for hmm in yoor (Mdnradier. 

And DIAimriMr «fflt rwtwnmmded 1^ evny 
iM^^**g aotiMOiUle MAi fU i AtK man^tftimr. Grt 
new imp iw ad HUbmUbumH—nrnv color, na» fm- 
gnmog, Rmmaklm PMaraahe r aff gnaiantecs tiie 
mort qMt-free tfaaman ^ dirfie^ iOvir my ^rii- 
can mall— OTjreur mon^ badt 









Stop, Look— 

and Light Up 

for the 




BY JOHN BRIMER 




^tJkilll 




Six questions to ask yourself before 
you string your Chri^mas lights 



At WE BNTBR '*dytf Im^ dsfk 
taaaei Aat ends hi Cbrist- 
jBus,** one ol tfie^tt ^^ to do 
ahi^ a to txra home hieif tato 
a boHdif pc^lfto tte p«i»4iy. 
"fli^c fci ewiylMii^ to wtric irith 
l^tts Md treei rad the «^^ 
m^rt-^M b^cMft jraa phy teone 
bvHi « take your bwids oM of yoor 
podce^ M9^ lodE Asm yo^ and 



like • vine In full Uocxn. 
What** the b«t way to Irida 



I yon fMB| to ptaee 
tlw^irter 

Mnsd flgitt aie laoiAy moa 
^tetito tfHHi ttiiHcrad btfttiwhlrii 
OMy )txk tltfn tad mMfK. Mboi- 
ing %l^ GO a tree, a l»ee, iinoqf 
foraidiiioa |>l«wingi, Mid lAnd)- 
b^ bocden win j^ a loon to ■ 
die a^htde pirture. Xhea yoa c«b 
o^HM a doorwsjr w Mr^ ^|)to 
ak»g a pi^ or (Mveiray to 1^ 
fe^ to the emiaace and to otfUy 
the ^ ae^etinl^. tf yon teve a 
tr^^ yoB CM rtrta^ M wtth da(»- 
^ of tiny Uglrts that wfll ocwer it 

I* Smkwbia Todtjf.pteemker tm 



Viaee thea behlad a low ewt' 
« a ttee tnadc w teide a 
omI boxio te i9fi ol tte beholds 
is ^oleded ud ca^ Ae loodtt 
iHrtme Is pidbed eat. Llihti placed 
idxrve eye fevel hi teees <» (» bdM- 
^aatfi or poi^ hm^ need to have a 
bdb ta "tte ftxtare to protect peo- 
ple's ^«s. 



toaeat 

ltaa% a %h^ plaa eam^oy- 
n^ Mty one or two «iion b Bxwe 
^Bctive fliaa one offi^irtf avatt 
tMe bidb adoa. A fii^ tte^ iff 
iiataace, itraif a^ a i^ of aD- 
sed biAs loofa Uce a dartK ol 
ndMes; tira evei;peeis Amkfa^ an 
enga ac e lyce aMCT T esft Moefl wm 
Mae ttd peoi i^Ns; in MMhet 

*^f IMj ftn mUE M Jit* llUfiffl ta 

foudi^ai e vw gia eitt lack Wa 



^nfub (rfjlaify'Ukm(»u.Btdi jmur, tme 
trim's Cb^MBM ttfm U«e ttronili the 
i^m with cwiiy wUto aad |«ttoir H^» 
A w»t satufying uid pteuaitt dfeot Un- 
Ips you pi^ the att-ofver "ooQf^ dot" 
ipu, ycNi pxH^S^ wiQ |t« b«rt lendto 
ten a UflMted^okir K^eme. 

^1^1 future of dM h^ue d« yov 
MBtuipiAMMr 

libss l^hti ^ a Imvpoit, • doofway, 
or a gate, ttea untk yow i^raie unnd 
Alt. Try ovdfadiig the doorway wUi dou- 
& ttringi of 1^^ tinned ki cvopera 
top» Of iM a ^ of ttU, nanow tsen 
htubs, Nodded wMi ^tti. L^ your iMin 
^ure bla», ue fewer U^ and diier- 
01 cakm on wM^^axy hvtant. 

What on fM aMtevt vMi 

U you have j/k b aetq iK ibruba <» a 
tree of in^reiting structure, back Ught 
th»n or floodigbt the houae watt behind 
K Uwit thdr dhouettM fons die main part 
dt the fH^are. For i^anoe, a JapaneK 
mfk dwwioi iu hiwer trunk Ua^ 
apisst the ^^Med hoiue wi^ m^ uie 
a netw(»k of tiny br^-coiored bolbt 
atran^ in the tt^ to fii^ ^ pictait. 



What en he kfl I* Mlwef 

Perhapi iMa if ^ moit important point 
flf all, for ofientfaiies a baacaUy good 
l^hting d&ct is foiled by preienttag too 
BMuiy features or too much lig^t so that 
dM onloolcer's eyt b tii^ and cannot take 
it in. Ali good coa^mtkm have a focal 
pdnt mdi raiBi^tg min(» featem, none 
of whkh coa^elM fot attrotion with die 
led feature. Leave the '^spectaculars" to 
Main Stre^ and save some of your ire- 
woiks for next year, whm you can do 
som^Ui^ (Mfeieirt but equally fine. 




llAi li ttt UM •! our ttut Mi^tewi IV ft Mveway 

Ite Ignite jm pOl tau Wket Item, ny w a toi« t^Pt 

^^ S-year/M^OOO-Hfle wamntsr* aai Oc way flie 

Off perf omg lieeo«e flie tar^dtt spdts. 



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Fmy 2-4eor haitftop 



The 1964 Plymonth 



Suburb Today, Decmnber 1963 17 



SnM«r 



Ttart 



SMMSSMdNSa5Mc«l«lM*flllwelMMa»Myti — 



iMNrta 



Give this good-tooking 1964 Plymouth half a dtance, and 
it could easily eml up in your driveway. Half a chance 
means getting to know it and driving it There's some- 
th'H^ mrticeably responsive about an engine ami drive 
train guaranteed for a full 5 years or 50,000 miles.* If 
this is the year you picked to buy a new car, you picked 
a beautiful year to U Up aOtl goTkimoM I 



IM r»Mrtl II mMw w''Tta •* ItW AM- «MI 'IMMNMMlMv awMT-iwe-iv. 



^ 



CHRVSLER 




Street moi4kst part ciBeOMmn, when wmmn^-mbiAnAImtMhn c^ to atf^em wgys. 



tM 



It 




THE TRIP OF A 

pmset^aA ne<ttatloii. Here He ipeit tiiote lealiife howi 
of Mt afoiqf, MMi li«» He miefei toMqnl fegr Jndit 
ballot Here at mU^I He «ns nre^ed kgr eoldten of 
the i^ Pri^L 

The Garden today is m^ fai area, periiapi a hatf-acre.^ 
It contains e^ aadoit and gnaifed olive trees. Their 
wt^ vny wM be Aon Aools of tfwi uder iHrich hsm 
foMid comfort Some aiithoiUM tMok ^ Owdeii of 
(Muemaae <ir^BH% ooveed a hui» ar» ol ^ Mtfde« 
The mming of the none Oelhiaiiue is '*oB«e pren.** 
wMA wwU seen to paia^pgrntt nwe ttaa ^^ tre^.. 
There are a few afi«e trees adjoiafa^ the Protestant C^i- 
^ near the top of the ^ and tiese too MB obfnowly 
very old. Those witUn the pment Gedea are eanfoQ^ 
tended by the PtAum of the Frendscan Chi^ m if 
th^ were defietfe airtlqiies, as indeed fliey are. Itoe ire 
rejoin the car aad oome at bst into old J^malen, ifMtwd 
hcMB^nd of oar soids. 

^9ihak I retun to Jorawdan on snocenive v^^ cne of 
the tot things I do is to fo to the toiiie am on Mont 
Moriah wfaoe Soioraoo's Tenpie Mood; lAere late 
Herod the Great biOt the Ta^ thtt wis kaown the 
wofid over. That magntfieent stnictare tte a 'Inomitain 
of sno«r Mood fai this wide ei|teMde hi Ae oei^ of 
which te now the giMt Mosque of Ctear, one of the nott^ 
ennplesofhfodemnddlectmc. ~ 

I Ifte to dt la die shade of a coimni or mdff an aich 
loottig across to fte Afient of OHves and GedMeauMe 
ind coi^ire op wooderfal pit^ures of Msas, soeaes and 
nddems ^Bd hqipeaed in Ais pbKie. This, too, is where 
He often cane, for He lo¥ed ti» Teavie md here, too, 
is i4iere He coidd have coMad wUi people away ftom the 
Oroi^^ hnauoi hi the mnow streets. 

X cu firrt see Hm here as a hoy of 12, ittthv in a ciide 
of bearded holy men and scholais, ca^ Aen to wonder 
alHs keen perception ud His ^Etrwidfaiafyhl^hts. 

THEKB Au OTHEm MEMOitES <A iSt^ He did m the 
temple area. For sample, on die last Md great day of 
tte feast as the great crowds luged ribont l&n hi ftt hi^p 
iqwtte lAere die magnilhwil Tea^ once Mood, Jesw 
mnM lunie limbed to a iifflnr base where idl corid see Hhn. 
riis dnr, rick vince rang out over tte crowd In words ^ 

reded to aB die neecfy and sfadnL A hodi M ovK d» vaM 
amMtode. in the bM day, diat pett day of the feat, JteMs 
Stood and cried, saymg, **!( uy man dibit, let Urn cool 
mto me, and drfadC* (John 7:37) Mn^ of the people, 
when they heard diis beandAd faiviMioa to firedi Mw fife, 
^aid, 't)! a troth dns is die Ptophk" OOen sidd. nUs is 
die Oirist*' Agam te ncidrat was possible onj^ to om 
n^ posi^Kd Mnu^ powiK. 

ftideed, oidf ChriM coidd tiA Hke tl^ 

Apparnidy Jesus awed even the oAoeri of die Chief 
PriMs uid Pharbees who wne always hn^ Moond 
bid afraid to atreM Him. When die oOcm went bade 
widwot Wm, diose pioas conmveis m hi||i fliees said, 
•^Vhy tave ye notJMmi^ Hhnr The office answined 
soiemidy, obtnoe^ deeply moved, 'Clever man ipake a 
Hke this man.** The CUef Priesto and Phnisees m«^* 
poimded the tdde. 

**Are ye ako deodvedr they asked sneeihig^. But th^ 
were not deenved. So great wm die power and tiBth wUch 
towed from Jesus diat dieae lotii^ men knew in th^ hittto 
thtt diere had nevi» been anyone tte Him and tta£% 
txm^ Aere hmBL\ been, even. 

As we oondnne n tte fnoM^ of onr hbslBr we gn OB 



Si^HrMe rodqr, Det^tAer 1963 



IFETIME 



CmaUumi tf9m pt^ 9 



jito the kvM^ Wl» Awe, ^ t^ U QiMiiee^wAtmHit pm:- 

)ns for «• 10, I AiA nevivtcMfa ikt tat tee I 
mdked &(W^ « ffn^ve <^ encalyimu tnet Mo te i^n 

"ftis (nm s^t" CapenMHOi. 

I f ound ^nett choUiig 19 MMi ny Q«t Wtag Witt IM». 
^ftts seemed to i«fy near, for emefy He ^U lovei ftis 
^ on the dure ^ tfie Sea (^ GdUee u He loved it in 
die long ago. 

The cUef ofeie^ of kriefot fai C^pemam tocb^' b tte 
gloriotts rata ef iilHt SMit hsve beea an eitoaoidtority 
bi^tttifBl a ynipjUf, «Ai^ loae airthoritin nqp loted q>- 
pfoximalelf 1^ people. Even in their faOea Kale tlie 
rtooes aid ca^Ms are eiqaUie ia^thdr trnvm a^d 
lymboiiflB nd itew a chma Md M^ic beanty indic^ivB 
of Greek nd Eonaii Utaences. 

It ii poiiiUe tel ta tUs veiy building Jenn tpolce, and 
Hb eyes oMiy teve dd^tod in the beautifal ao^tttrii^ we 
we carved w dme aadtart rtono. Perha|» thew v»y cd- 
omns echoed to the anlodlc lOttad of Hk voice. Indeed, it 
aiay haw been to tftowiy plaoe Oat He itteredthoK great 
iroidt that teve hieaaed 10 naay, "I am tiie bread d 
life: he thitt comedi to Me shaD never hunger; and he 



^tt b^ev^ 00 Me AaO never tUr^** (lolm 6:35) 
We m^ Mffr like to the road lor a qdidc tip to Ae 
^poit A T(A Aviv. The toad imdb for mUe$ aiamd 
b^tfttd Moiiitt Tabor, whidi is laid to be the BfliUcah 
Mount of Tru^mntfxm. 

As we saidh ftit modem airport our g^ni j^ h ready 
uid we at^ idioard. Down the runway vw g/t&ac speed 
and take dl over the Sdds where the Ma^er once waliked. 
Qndcty we are in the ur, ami the i^aoe pmnte iti note 
w^mud. Loddog <)own, we are paniqg <n«r die coast 
One at Caesi»ea. We can make out the ancient jetty from 
which both Paul and Peter shipped west, canying the 
blesaed Ckt^wl of Salvation. In a moment the Hofy Land 
fatts away behind os, but for a thousand miln we 1^^ over 
nfauKb Mid IttMk where St. Paul journeyed and built & 
Churdi in the long ^o. 

There is somdhing about travd in dus land diat exnts 
a struge fucinatim! upc» Ac (M^rim. Though nradernizar 
tion and developmrat are inoeasii^y evxient, that still 
\xood» owe dl the chann and mystoy td die East The 
ro^uce and glory of great events leem to treoMe in the 

voy Mt. 
Ifpodly hope that someday you win visit the Holy Land. 








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bringing up balyy! hints collected by Mrs. Dan Gwber. mother of 5 




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GoifMardayhitiwHtBor 
your b^ vrtien two IMMU- 
tiftil but uncertain feet 
talw a stall at a ^p. 
MUMlkerirka-aolofiighr 
or with your Mpif« hand 
doesnt niitlar. Ibe ffKt is. 
tha padaasa 



KvaNeikbutomt 
l»l>ies~iMll( betwe e n 12 and IS months 



on ambition and pivsical dwmlopnwnt 
Many a potent is tamplod to huny baby 
into waHdnft eapocial4f if a same^iB 
brty domi the street has Man that Hrrt 
slip. To uv baby before he^ raad^. 
hoiwMr, nay slow down hto darim to 
walk. Whsn fflindL spirit and body leH 
Mm lo fo . . . you woirt bo able to hold 
that IKm wire down. 



And fMtsin's the thkii to help devolop 
ttiosa minctes. GoHmt Streinod and 
Junior mgl WMit Olwnirs are r»od 
aourees of pRilain because fliqr hoMB 3 
ttnss as mudi meat as rsgutar wfMiMe 
md moat oombfaiatiom. Add to Ms OK- 
ire maai^ no (ooanoos or ipraon vi^- 
Mies and you^w casssroie dUies that 
are exceptionally deHdous. Beat. Veal, 
CMcken. Tuiiwy, Hwn. 



A trie ef shea eues. MMInrs will wobble 
lOH H shoes ft properly. (1) Uppers 
^«mM be soil eneui^ for comfort, irturdr 
M i wi ai i for wooort. FIcriblo soles i 



rtap^i« easier. G9 Sio« shoidd hare 
Mto « of in inch pow room. 09 Toes 
should be wide enou^ for wioie-room 
when \ala$ is standNt- 



from Dm Gerbor.''YQHr 

baby^ cereals must to readily dleastmr 
ifhaCorsh^istogBtfci Mnrtrithw bena- 
flt ftom ttwni. Qaitier raMnchen dovol* 
oped an ttKlushm. coirtrollad cooking 
method which breaks down grain 
stmches to assure digsstibilHy. In addi- 
tion, Qsrbar Corenis are sdentilfeally 
fbrmuMad to moat your baby's early 
mitritional needs ... all S we enriched 
Mtti a i^MCtal kind of iron, phM catehmi 
and B^rftamins." 

Iwpartanti fierber prsparws over 100 baby 
foods-tnfsnt formulas, ooreila, sbrtfned 
and Junfor foods-to meet your betafs 
mdritkmal needs. VWVw preud to m-- 



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NICHIGAN 




Ghristmas 




ftp i— !■■ JMMMt 1 hMllMMI Miiyi 

■ PI lllHi|lllN MPHNW H MMMURN ^^^^Iv 

CirlilimSHls 

WIMmMs « Mr minin MM 





^41% 



BY I»CK EMMC»4S 

ttTTIttL YOU WHAT," my wift 

X chifped the other day. 

I ^m^Md. Whenever she starts a 
sentence with 'iell you what" I 
know it b gcwi^ to mean (a) s|)end- 
ii^ mraiey (b) vpen^t^ «mi^, or 
(c) aa rahapi^ combuntion cl the 
two of them. 

"Thii Christmas,** she rattled on, 
1^'s not just go (town to tlfe axnet 
service station to twy our Chri^- 
mas tree — ** 

"Where wmiU yov rag|Mt go> 
ing?** I aiktd, "over to the stamp- 
reda^timi omterf 

She ^«»ed my clever duust 
"Thtt year let's go out in Ae wcodt 
and chq> down our very own tree — ** 

"Hurray!" cried our twin sons in 
chorus. "Can we, I^id?" 

"In the first place, the sheriff f 
diis counqr takes a radier Micky view 
of peqrie who go aromd diofifjii^ 
damn formers* tiea and in the sec^ 
<md pkwe . . ,** 

"No, BO,** my wife inserted. "I 
aw u ad in the paper last night 
tl»t mvitn^w to craie (Nit to this 
|da^ pick out your omn tree, chop 

20 



'^rmm^'mmmmm 



Tree, O Christmas Tree 

« ifUs time they cut their own in the woods.. . 

a unique (father hopes) experience 




"That must bt m mistake," I yelled, diving heaOong into a friendly snowbank. 



P 



it down ami pay a dollar per foot for how- 
ever taD It ia." 

"Let's do it, Dadr Dave encouraged. 
Dick e dwed die lenliinCTL 

"No," I idl 

The neat alteisooo, a SandqF, we all 
pfled into the ftatfoB wafoo aad headed for 
the adibeii Bued la the adwertiieinait 
The plaoe had a slogaa which was, of 
flonne, "Fm Von I Piae." 

It was ooijr 14 niles aiA at town but, 
dnnki to aoae N g^ iauigioirtive naviga- 
tion on the pttt ol die girl I married, it took 
«i an hoar and a half to find the place. 

"Belter hBrrjr, folks,'* a geaial fanner 
toU us, pocketing a ton of bills big enoogh 
to choke a Inctor. '*It'B be dark soon." 

"Yeah," 1 agreed, "maybe we better 
oome back another time-now diat we 
know die eonottyslde for miles aionod." 

|The twins laid •^w," and my wife voted 
then, and before I conU lay a finger 
Slide of my nose we were all on a large sled 

RhKtmly palled by a horse named Fred 
idu was repntod to be able to get us to die 
'Vbopfla^ma^Ji^i^aBi encooragBment or 
-gudanoe. 

What Fred ladced in enthosiasm he 
made 19 hi ddflieratHiess, possibly becaose 



NUmiATIQNSV BOUM» aoMOAsr 






die chf^iping area lay in one direcdoo ami 
die bam in qaitc anodier. By die time we 
reached die stand of pines, I couU hardly 
tee Fred's ean, which were ilat against his 
head and conveyed veiy litde good wa to- 
wud mm. 

Nooediefess, we all hopped off die sled 
snd dashed aboirt trying to select {uedsdy 
"the ri^t tree" for our living room. Bearii^ 
in mind the price fmdott my choice was a 
dandy Utde duee-fooler that we coidd have 
mourned on a cant tdrie. 

"Chop," my wife cinunanded, pointing 
in^erimuly at a tree diat soared maje^- 
c^outof si^ 

"We'fe not getting diis for a cadiedral,'' 
[whined. 

"Owp," she repeated. 

"Well hdp. Dad!" die boya ottered. 

"Hunks, feDows, but diis b a mm's 
work. Did I ever tell yon boys about the' 
time I cut down a huge ode diat uns so 
big around it — " 

"Your father tidd me dwot that," my 
wife said sweetfy. "Yea first put an au to 
it when you were in the ^di iMe and kept 
ch tT P*» g *»«y nnttt you ftudied .h^ 
•dMMd. Hie thing died of ks womifa and 
fd& over when you waA away to ooB^e. 
Combuied on r«se 23 

Suburbia Today, December 1963 21 




TOASTMASrm &aady&ee!xe HAIR ORVM dries hair in 
a hnny. Large adjmUbte brnmrt. 4 tod settinga for o(mto>Ued 
drying. Dries ludb, too. With 10 ft c(nd, ^nldo' cvrying strsp 
tete you move about Available in your choice of caaea. Next time 
pm want to give a lasting gift, give a Toartmaster Beaaty Breese 
flahr Dryer. And give yewadf one: yon AenU have the beat, too. 




print carrying 



th« ftntat liand- 
wevM ^••try. 



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tete-a-tet6 
for two 




Set the mood with elegant food. Stouffer's 
Lobster Newburg. Or, when unexpected 
guests drop by at dinner time, here's the 
best way to fix a fast and fancy feast. Hav- 
ing a party? lyfevfone will love the rich 



flavor of North Atlantic Lobster In a 
smooth ^erry-tlnged sauce. Remember, 
Stou^er's Lobster Newburg, in your gro- 
cer's freezer. It's one of Stouffer's Restau- 
rants nfKMt popular recipes. Try it soon. 



Frozen Prepared Foods 



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Hail ar4«r« filU4 
a'aaiptly. tatitiaciiaa 
taa ntn i. DtaMf** Oak 
Mrf Awwlna BapttM 
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AArwpfiMdh 
SUtUUIA TODAY 





Christmas 
Seals,__ 

f^^ TB 
and other 
Respiratory 
DisoMet 



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Wai 



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Van,lMHk haML AiBrMMMb 
aaaqr al^» a» tfttO ^h. 
BMMiUtMWk. AtDiMMrt- 



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am/ J9^ Marital 



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MihI fsmorrow htt^her's fobig to ttack me 
to unfrtn/e and htm." 




"Ifipk^golf toteOm, play bridge tofettm, 

to to the m0¥ks togeOm^-Hmy ahdtaneo 

con^aUbk I CMdd Kteam." 




'HThen ifs a ded? No more ham-knitted swwten 
md no more homemade pardture. Right?" 



n SubwNa Today. Deemdter 1963 



Christinas 
Tree 

Continued froM 



21 



Ckop," d»e said apfai. 
IspatonnsrlMadi,!! 
ored my advertuy ind 
Irang inteNil^ ^ the ga^ 
ering dusk. To my ntiifac- 
lioB, the koM MmIq bit deep 
iato the trank. liy tons 



Suburbia Todai^'s Cross-Country Shopper 




Mi» U0tn Mi 



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Mi MINI M *MHli M* 
A«l « i IMHr MIMH 



ifl I tried to fBl the »e head 
o«t. It woiddDt budfe vMfl 
all of us polled oa it irt oooe. 

"Not (^ iolaviA with 
the miudet tMi tfane^Pud 
Bunyan," wy fftfe piuied. 

I toiled vmy fttfimuly in 
the gloooi. kqr aam and 
back achtag, mjr tferott raw 
bomdryneie. **Wilch Iww 
.. . it*! done, kqri . . ." I 
gasped. '*Notloe hem I hive 
caiefoUy . . . diopped the 
tnink so that ... it win (an 
away from u.** 

'Tim-beifr Davie and- 
denly diooted. 

"Run for it, boyi,** my 
wfe screamed. 

There ouit be a mb- 
take." 1 yelled, divfaighead- 
kNV into a friaKly aaow* 
bulk. Hie tree ctiahed noi»- 
ly to outh wliere we Ind 
been standtaf. It was man 
stimulus ttaa Fied seeded. 
He trotted teipp^ off to the 
bam, cboddil^ to Umaetf . 

THE Rxm of OS ftnaUy 
draQBd. oof tree to 
die formhoiue, lAere I esnp- 
tied my waDet, and, by low- 
ering the aecosid teirt, tft^ini 
it into Ae aMioii wagon. 

Onoe hone, it was appar- 
ent we ooold atand it iqp in 
the livi^ raom onfy by cot- 
ting off the top ab feet of it. 

"We eodd aimpfy saw a 
hde in the etWai^** I ai^ 
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m ChditBUa momii^ you 
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be out in die back yard 
ae^cd in die oiow aroond 
our lovdy, nacnttable tree 
nd hai^ a Christmas that 
ii not Wa^ to be matched 
hi Uie futuie. I 1k^. 

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"SERVING THE WORLD'S LARGEST RESORT CITY" 



S^^ion B 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963 



View Of 
Virginia Beach 

By 



Doris Padridc 



Tr^s are tiwe, brown leawa 
naBe as the chlU wind ©ddtei 
and twirls them along the ipwind, 
lawns ai-e no longer gi^n, <fcyri 
are short and nights are long— 



wlOi winter. At no ottier time is 
the worM so bright and gay with 
color and glitter. The decora- 
tions may be artiflt^fl, but the 
q>irit is real. 

Bpinenes bloom betore they 
l>o|h; tiicfg/pen shudder before 
tti^ spend. Yet when strings of 
U|^ b^n to twinUe and strands 
of gleaming tinsel glow, excite- 
meW within you tinges and 
aprewb and ywi auiU h^ 
thinking of others. 

F^rhaj» even before you leteet 
gifts or addren eaitb, ywi will 
want your hon» to expreM your 
own wann re^nse to Wa spe- 
cii^tinie of year. 

'mo weU-known fkirist ^ops in 
Viii^a BeMii heM <^^ house 
this past Sund^, and we attend- 
ed. And so did many of you. 
(Parking was a problem!) The 
Virginia Beach Florist at d93 Las- 
kin iRd., and Herbert HarreU at 
1041 Laskin Rd. hosted a steady 
stream of fateful ^ests. A par- 
ty-Uke irtmoiphere prevailed in 
both establishments. Refresh- 
mtoti were served and live music 
IH^vlded. 

The artistry displayed in every 
different design was evideirt. 
Frmi simple small figurines io 
elab(»'ate exhibits, your own tairte 

^ could find sonwthing pleasii^ 
and beautiful, ei^er for your 
hMie or for gift giving. 

^ The tradKioati trtes uid 
wrMths and sprayi wwre every- 
wbere, and the unuwal fancies 
w«« taMefuny intermingled — 
mnlngs to embeUish your perron, 
^uuues to color your centerpieces 
aiu) mantles, ornaments for your 
tree ... In a florist shop, you also 
fukl living flowers, plante, and ev- 
M-greens, naturally. 

If you missed the "Ooen 
House", ymi missed an enjoyi^ble 
afternoon, but you have not mi^ 
ed out on seeing what they have 
to q^fer nw have you missed oirt 
on an opportunity to brovrae 
timMigh and nuke your purchase 
at t^ regular business hours. 

Don't forget tl« Florist rtiojH 
when you search out tiat very 
special deconrtion or gift; Lovely 
thinp are always acceptable . . . 

Six Beach Birls 
Are Pledged 
At Longwood 

FAiRIMVHJLE — Six Virginia 
Beach girls recently pledged so- 
dri^ sororities at Longwood Col- 
lege, it has been announced by 
t^ school's Panhrflenic Council. 

five pledged Alpha Sigma iU- 
pto. These inclu<te Miss Marilu 
Jaid, dau^rter of Mr. and Mrs. 
K. L. Jard, 514 Cavalier Drive; 
Miss Shirley Jean Stogie, daugh- 
ter of Mr, and BIrs. Everett S. 
Slagle, 210 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard; Miss Anne Ward Sawyer, 
dau^ter of Ca^t. and Mra. C. R. 
Sawyer, 174 Pinewood Road; 
Miss Carol ftimett Roberts, 
dau^ter of Mr. and Mra. CharlM 
A. Roberts, 407 48th Street; and 
Misi Sandra Lee Hamrick, dau^ 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ham- 
rick, 4408 Hermita^ Road. 

Pledging I^ Mu was Miss Maryw 
Virginia Damron, dau^^ of Mr. 
and Mrs. William G. Dwnron. 114 
Woodgreen Itoad. 



Grain Rules 
Outlined 



miNCllSS AI#fE — ParUcl- 
pttion in ^e feed grain program 
will be n«»ssaiy again in 1964 
in order to be digible for priM 
supjprt on ie04-ci^ com, grain 
sor^um, and barley, Chris W. 
K r a h enbill,- Chairman, ASCS 



but the holiday season artvw C o u nty CommiHee, reminded 



farmers this week 

M 1 nimum acreage divorKon 
under the program will be 20 per 
cttt of a fwm's total feed g^ 
fme {tor the three grains.) I^o- 
ducer signup wiU start Febniary 
10, 1964. 

The Chairman explmned that 
the program for the grains will be 
similar to the 1963 prpgrun ex- 
cef^ for these slight moalfications: 

(1) The top limit on diversion 
is increased from 40 to ^ per 
cent or 25 aca'es, whiclwver is 
greMer. 

<2) llie yield for diverMMi sod 
price-su{^>oit pajnnent purpM^ 
will be iMBWd on the 4-year U9S9- 
1962) average instead of the 2- 
year (19^^) average; 

(3) Total price supports for the 
grains in 1964 are unchanged 
tnan 1963, bi^ a laif^r propor- 
tion of suf^ports will be avalMtle 
as loans verais price support pay- 
menU. 

(4) Payments are limited to no 
more than 20% of the value of 
the acreage involved. 

(5) If at least 40% of the farm 
tese is diverted, the high rate 
wUl apply to all land diverted. 

^pport prices for grains in- 
cited in the 1964 feed grain pro- 
gHun w@% announced July Id, 
iw8, as follows: Cmti (per bu.), 
11.10 loan, lS<:ent price-«ipport 
payment, $1.^ total fuin>ort; 
baifey (per \m.), 84-cent Icwui, 12- 
cent payment, 96-cent total sup- 
port. 




TENPINS Were popular as a form of exercise equipment i n the Gay Nineties. Lacking an Exercycle, men and women alike 
whirled thd clute to exercise their arms — then did sit-ups, deep kn ee bends, squat thrusts and a half-dozen other tiresorrie routines to 
exercise the rest of their bodies. (Photo courtesy Exercycle Corpor ation) 

Man Sought Fitnoss Through History 



Broad Bay Greop 
^0 Hear Dwriei 



VIRiGlNlA BEA<M — The De- 
cember meeting of the Bnsd 
Bay Civic League will be hdd 
Mowlay evenii^ Decembe* 9, at 
8:00 p-m, at tlw Lynnhaven CW- 
oay United Church. Mr. J«a^ 
Ite^n^ C oufld hn a n of I^nidia- 



Church Plans 
Yule Pageant 

VIRGINL\ mACH — "And It 

Came to Pass", a pageant for tile 
Christmas season, will be present- 
ed in the sanctuary of tiie Virgin- 
ia Beach Methodist Chureh, Sun- 
day, December 15, at 7:15 pjn. 

The pageant portrays toe 
Christmas Story, takes its begin- 
ning hundreds of years before the 
birth of ChriM, as it is predicted 
by the prophets of old. From this 
beginning the story moves to the 
Nativity, and on into toe pl^it of 
twentieth century CJhristians, 

The entire pageant is being 
staged and portrayed by the m©n- 
bera of toe LoweU Laynien's class 
of tbe Virginia Bea^ Mette>dist 
church, under toe direction of 
Pete ScQfppi asasted by Mrs, Ed- 
am^ Cre^anore and Dr. Ledle 
Gore, class faealdent. 

Two choirs, one from toe youth 
division of toe church, under U» 
direction of Mrs. William Fer- 
rell, and the adult, Charles Wes- 
ley Clwir, under toe dtoecticm of 
Williams Kilgrow, Minister of 
music, will give dioral support to 
toe cast of some twenty darac- 
ters. 

Richanl Graham, who is re- 
i^naible for the lighting effwts. 
has pointed out, ttat due to the 
unique nature <k this part of ths 
Miging, that it will be nwiessary 
to dose toe doors for admittance 
promptly at 7:15 pjn. 

The Public is Invited and urged 
to please be seated by 7:15 p.m. 

Vegas Party At 
Cape Goioiy Clab 

The O^ btAmy C** will 
feature "Christmas in Im Vegas" 
on Friday, DecenAer 13to. Old 
BaM Nick will be there, adong 
wtto ten Mpers, (as pr^:ty itt 
you'll find anywlwre). There will 
be games for all cMdren over 
tweiMy-oiM and, lA midni^ a 
0mj^ of soa^ living doHs. 
, Cocktails wfll be served from 
7:00 pjn, ud a IwffA iUniMr 
froon 8:00 pan. i^il 10:90 pjn. 
'Mm torn Uadc tie i^lr by r^er- 
nrtkm only, and r«Hr^tioi»i wffl 
te^OHtfaft^W. 



Exercycling, bathing, javelin- 
torowing, tenpin-whirling and 
"just plain walking" are a few of 
the many methods used by man 
in his historical quest for physical 
fitn^s. 

Caveman Ugh, tracking a wily 
dinos»ir or swinging in blissful 
contentment from a tree limb, 
kept "in sl^>e" without ^ving 
much thougM to toe problem. 
Trouble wa^ hk shape was ratoer 
pear-like. Qive paintings unearto- 
ed by arclMOlotf^ show tbat 
well-pauiwhed businessmen o f 
today have nothing on Ufh's 
tummy. 

Altltough ii» lElEyptians and se- 
vm-al ))d^c.n»^ cultivated var- 
ious spcula, toe fii^t people to 
place r«d emphasis on physical 
fitne^ were the ancient Greeks. 
Greek doctors even prescribed 
physical exercise as a medicine to 
counteract toe ill effects oi lux- 
urious living! 

nieoretically, eaAy Greek jrfiy- 
si<»l traming was based on toe 
prennse toat, witbin limits, toe 
human body can increase in size, 
sArei^to ami iibility in proportion 
to toe use made of- it. Therefore 
Greek gymnastics sought to ex- 
ercise all parts <rf the body. The 
word "gymnastics" is of Greek 
origin, deriving from g y m n o s, 
nwaning "nude", toe Greek ato- 
lete having taken his exercise un- 
clothed. 

To be an kleal f^)ecimen of 
physical fitoess, a Greek youto 
had to excel at running, jumping, 
throwing toe disms, throwing toe 
javelin and wrestling. These five 
events comprised toe pentathlon 
in ancient Olympic games, and 
toe winner of this quintuple' con- 
teat was accorded toe higher 
honor. 

The citizens of one wjcient 
Gr^k city went to aieh lengtos 
to stay in fighting trim toat they 
gave toeir name, Spartan, to any 
harsh and rigorous way of life. 
Visitors from Q» entire Mediter- 
ranean region used to come to 
SiHu^ to watch the annual en- 
durance contest— toe flogging of 
the young Spartans. Spijirtan 
girls also uiul^nvent athletic 
training in order that tliey might 
become strong and brave women, 
productive of a vigorous, healthy 
offering. 

Hie Ronauis sought physical 
fitoess in pleasanter ways. Their 
batiB w^re oentere of c(»nmunity 
life wbere bunn^^nen trans- 
acted deals as toey shaped wp. 
ITwy regarded gymnastic training 
as of no great importaiKe, even 
though Sparta had denwnstrated 
Ms military value. White toe 
Greeks were of a |»rUcipant na- 
ture, toe Roma» yieie a snecta- 
tor-loving race. ITiey substituted 
an itftemoon it^tching the Cam- 
pus Martius games for gymnastics. 

Dori!]^ toe Middle Ages, gym- 
nastic training lapsed. Tl» 
kM|^ of ttat period ^g^ their 
j<Niite and tournaments on an 
dAorate scate, but toe valuable 
kiMn^c^ of toe beneficial ef-. 
ft^ of physical exercise — as ad- 
vocated by Gr^ physicMUS— 
ii^dte«prded. 



Today, doctors stress the im- toe Germans, but they confused 



portance of physical fitness m 
relation to good healto. Dr. Pml 
Dudley White, the famous heart 
specialist, has said that we abuse 
our prosperity, and that the es- 
tablishment of cycling as a rou- 
tine in toe daily life of Americans, 
young and old, can become one 
oi toe vital steps in helping to re- 
^re health and vigor. 

Everyone nowadays can use 
equipment like toe Exercycle ex- 
erciser to develop toeir most im- 
portant musctes in a daily 15-min- 
ute routine in toe home. But in 
UStti century England, toose who 
practiced physical fitoess were 
iKrtmarily members of toe nobility. 
We are told that Henry V was so 
swift a runner that "he and two 
of his lords would (over)take a 
wild iHick hi a large park." Rich- 
ard Pace, secretary to Henry VIU, 
advised the sons of noblemen to 
practice sport and leave study and 
learning to the sons of "meaner" 
peq^! 

Gymnastics were revived in toe 
latter part of the 18to century by 



toe meaning of the word "gym- 
nasium" when they applied it to 
a secondary school in which gym- 
nastics and games had no part. 

The supervised physical fitness 
programs eralbraced by most of 
toe public schools in the U.S. to- 
day were unheard of little more 
toan 100 years ago. In fact, the 
first athletic sports of "modem" 
times for boys are said to have 
originated at Kensington gram- 
mar school in England in 1852. 

In toe Gay Nineties, tenpins 
gained popularity as a form of 
exercise equipment. Men and 
women alike whirled the dubs 
to exercise toeir arms— then did. 



sit-ups, deep knee bends, squaffarashistOTy and' legend record 



thrusts and a half^lozen otoer 
tiresome routines to exercise toe 
rest of their bodies. 

A more advanced piece of 
eqiiipment was illustrated in an 
advertisement of 19(W, wherein 
U.S. women were shown that they 
could "keep beautiful" by sitting 
side-saddle on a "Trot, Canter, & 
Gallop" Vigor machine. 



Today, exercise machines pro- 
mise less but do much more, ft'crt)- 
ably toe best known exercise 
machine is the Exercycle exercis- 
er. It's makers do not promise 
beauty overnight but they do 
recommend it to both men and 
women as a way of renewing lost 
energy, building greater strengto 
and endurance, and toning body 
mu«des. Before looking at exer- 
cise equipment, it is wise to read 
all available literature wliich can 
be obtained free of charge. One 
outstanding booklet is available 
from Exercycle Corporation, 630 
Third Ave., New York 17, N.Y. 

Though Greece gained fame for 
its Olympic gan^s, Ireland^s^ 



AUTHORESS SPEAKS AT 
YWCA ANNUAL DINNER 



By 
Douglu AmoM Bamec 

Anne Guthrie, author of the 
book, "Madame Ambassador", a 
biographical condensation of toe 
life of Nehru's sister, Madame 
Pandit, spoke before 150 people, 
members of the Virginia Beach 
and Norftrik branch of toe 
Y.W.C.A., toeir busibands and 
guests at the Annual meeting 
here in Tucker Hall, Galilee 
£^isco{»l Churdi Monday ni^t. 

Citizen of toe world, represen- 
tative to the United Nations, au- 
tooress and lecturer on interm- 
tional affairs. Miss Gutorie has 
traveled in more than seventy 
countries and lived on three conti- 
nents. Due to her long and close 
association with toe United Na- 
tions in various capacities and 
her extensive travel, ^le is inti- 



Linkhorn P-TA 
Meeting Monday 




boasts by far toe most ancient 
organized sports. The Tailteann 
games, which took ptece more 
toan 3000 years ago, were tradi- 
tionjdly established by a fellow 
called "Lugaid of the long arm". 
It's too bad that Lugaid couldn't 
have pitched against Sandy Kou- 
fax; it would have made quite a 
contrast! 



VIRGIMA BEACH — The 
Linkhom Park School iPTA meet- 
ing will be held at the school 
on Monday evening. The teach^ 
ers will be in the classrooms at 
7:30 and will remain thpre until 
8:00 for consultation wito i»rents. 

The Annual Christmas program 
will be presented in toe School 
auditorium at 8 p.m., and is en- 
titled ''A Story of the Ohriirtroas 
Cart^". The «i«to ABA.J«»i>toP^ P^ year, while m aa r «a i B»r 

«,.o^« «K««.„ ..rill »:„« tK^ f-™!i countries «« able to s^mS My 
grade chorus wm sing toe femil-j ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ pTpei^ 

lar Chnstmas Carols, and toe i tonight two-thirds of the wrld 
characters in toe dramatization | will go to bed hungry; toese peo- 



mately acquainted wito the prob- 
lems tbat face today's world. 

She has hdd Y.W.C.A. execu- 
tive positions in Souto America 
Burma and Ceylon as weU as in 
toe United States. Since 1940 
she has lectured on the UjN. and 
international affairs tiiroughout 
this «)untry. 

Miss Gutorie's topic was "A 
Grand and Awful 'nme". She le- 
ceived her idea while sitting in • 
NY. church listening to a fayiWBi 
written in 1841 wtth toat tiCfe^ 
certainly apropos of today's 
shjrttering events, said 
Guthrie — "It is going flf ti4ce 
more toan scientific know-bow, it 
will take understanding of 'tte 
World's probl^ns; wisdom, Kaam" 
ing honesty, conference and coun- 
selling, to t>e a true clti^n of to- 
day's world" she said. "The entiM 
world has shrunk in si», i^- 
nessed by toe three hour UJSf. 
Memorial Service for President 
Kennedy held within 46 Iknits, at 
which 13 different nations, Cram 
all over the world, had repres^i- 
tetivj^s in attendance "to pay tri- 
bute, she stated. 

"ime spirit of Ameriai is bet- 
ter ance we*are planning to dis- 
arm mur heads and hearts and 
fight 'for peace as wdl as to ban 
toe nuclear testing. 

"The two giants, U.S. and 
U.SJS.R., are toe ^xte to vi*ieto 
all smaller and poorer nations 
look. It has already cost One 
Thousand Billion Dollars for de- 
structive armaments; we are a 
wealthy nation, wito tlw privilege 
of spending 2,000 doflars per ci^ 



will be boys and girls chosen from 
toe fourto and fifto grades. 

The program is under toe direc- 
tion of Mrs. Suzanne Jeter, music 
teacher of the Linkhom Park 
faculty. 



SAILORS USE HAM SET TO SPEAK TO FAMILIES 



UK RAiNDCXLPH, NORFOLK— 
"CQ — CQ— CQ ^CQ — CQ 20 
— CQ 20 — CQ20 meters. This 
is Maritime Mobile aboard toe 
USS RANDOLPH CVS-15. K-fflDI 
/MM. Repeat, KUo 4 Hotel Delta 
India. Come in please. 

A flip of toe switch and toe 
;^eaker squawks — 

"iRoger. K4!HiDl this is W7KNX, 
Souto Dakota standing by. Go 
ahead." 

"W7KNX-4C4HDI. The handle- 
here is Jack. Jafce-Able-Charlie- 
Kilo. Will you run* a phone patch 
for me? Over." 

'«4ffi)I-JW7!KNX. Sure thing, 
Jack. What is the number?" 

. . . and a) the USS Randolph 
amateur radio "ham shack" 
noakes another contact and an- 
otoer phone connection from a 
suJot to his family. 

During a six-week Caribbean 
Cruise last summer, LT(jg) Jack 
Stone, Ens. BiU Hoover, and sev- 
eral midshipmen put through 
more than 900 jjhone patches 
from sailors to their wives and 
sweetoearts all over the United 
States. NorMk "hams" were es- 
pecially bu^, since most of the 
Randolph families live in the 
Tidewater area. But, toanks to 
their vigilance and cooperation, 
many men were able to inquire 
^}out emergencies at home, 
deaths in toe family, and new 
babies. Lt(jg) C. R. Valentino, ex- 
pecting his fir^ child, called 
home almost every day for two 
weeks, finally he learned his 
mte was in the hospital. Fifteen 
hours later and after another 
I^ne patch, lM}g) Valentino was 
pasting (Mtt eiprs, the proud 
fatl»r of a i^by boy. 

AlmoA everyone from the Cap 
tain and toe Adnural's staff down 
to tlw most junior seaman ap- 
prentice tMOati to hk family 
wWte at ^a. One man even pro- 
posed to Ms sweetoeait over toe 
ak. 



K4HDI actually began about 11 
years ago when LT (jg) Stone, 
toen a young schoolboy, applied 
for his amateur radio operator's 
license. When Mr. Stone came 
aboard Randolph in 1981, he ap- 
plied to toe Chief of Naval Op- 
erations and toe Federal Com- 
munications Commission in Wash- 
ington, D.C., for permission to set 
up a ham shack. Permission w^ 
granted, and LT (jg) Stone moved 
equipment aboard and began 
broadaisting. Suddenly there was 
a flurry of interest in "hamming" 
and Stone found himself wito 
two more -qualified operators. 

A maritime mobile station such 
as K4HDI is quite a rarity. There 
are only approximately 50 in the 



aboard aircraft carriera and de- 
stroyers, but a few are in Navy 
airplanes and submarines. As an 
incentive for contacting maritime 
mobile stations. Chief of Naval 
Operations offers the Navy Mari- 
time Mobile Certificate Award to 
all hams who contact five or more 
Naval ham stations. 

Amateur radoing is a growing 
pastime and often a compelling 
one. One night LT (jg) Stone con- 
tected a fellow in Horida who 
had been at his set conlfnuoudy 
for 31 hours. During toat time he 
had made over 5,000 different 
contacts ail over the world. 

Then, too, the hobby is com- 
mon to persons of all walks of 
life. One night while operating 



Attentic Fleet. Most of these are toe ham shack LT (jg) Stone 




Roger Kelly, JOSN aiKl James Schrock lode on as LTJG 
E. E. Stotte takes a call on flw! ham radio receiver alx^rd toe USS 
Randolph. (Navy pfaoto) 



made contact with a "Bsury" in 
Washington, D.C. Since all ham 
contacts are made on a first-name 
basis only, it wasn't until several 
days later • when he received a 
QSL card (special postcard con- 
firming radio contact) toat Jack 
realized he had been talldng to 
Senator Barry Goldwater of Ari- 
zona. 

In order to retein a Novice 
Class License, an amateur must 
be a^le to send and receive five 
words a minute by Morse Code. 
This takes toe average ham about 
20 hours of faitoful practice. A 
General Class License which en- 
ables the ham to transmit by 
voice requires 13 words a minute. 
At present there are over 200,000 
amateur radio operators torough- 
out the Unit^ States. 



Demo Women 
To Hear City 
School Official 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. J. 
H. HarreU, supervisor of elemen- 
tary education for Virginia Beach 
schools, will be toe guest speaker 
at toe Christmas meeting of toe 

Women's Democratic Chjb of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The meeting will be l»ld today 
at noon at toe Princess Anne 
Country Club. 

Also on the program will be 
musical selections i^-esented by 
the Frank W. Cox High School 
chorus under the direction Of 
William E. Boyll. 

The members will exchange 
R)llyanna gifts after the sodri 
gathering preceeding the meeting. 



pie fear hunger ratoer toan cteato 
— death ends all — hunger pro- 
motes Fear and kiUs slowly," ^bm 
said. ^Denmark and the oStr 
Scandinavian cwntri^ are taliqg 
a lead in helping the Souto Af- 
rican economic situation: on I^ 
center 12, Kenya wiU be ad- 
mitted to toe U.N. aid this fKlB 
be a proud day for tl^m. 

"There are so many gajw be- 
tween toe 'Develooing' and toe 
'Developed' Countries, the Haves 
and the Have-n(^" miAinued 
Miss Guthrie, "Hope never seems 
to die in these countries, but toe 
awesome spectre of FEAR is ever 
present." j 

"Since all ^nailer lations look 
to America for guidance, we must 
be mature, tolerant, unoreludiCBd 
as to ccAor, race or creed and 
lacking a belligerent CHitoxA." 

"Our own Y.W.CA. cm be a 
leader in all world sitialpms; we 
mu^ be tolerant and mH, air In- 
dividuals, toe strengthenuu; kleal 
of Faith— faith in ourselves and 
faito in our fellow man— We i&uat 
go forward as Christian sdd^ers 
into all the World, eae,& to nudEe 
a better place for aH CNpiAttBg 
Thomases, forgetting poHttes, un- 
derstanding ignorance and pover- 
ty, refraining from critieisoi, and 
with the Blue Triangle flf the 
Y.WC.A. before us. aland for 
Justice. Peace. Truto sim! FeDow- 
shio around toe WorW." 

Mrs. John Muskk. adninlftra- 
live director of the Virginia B^eii 
Branch, introduced Mrs. '(Qf^er 
Newman. Branch Director, w^ in 
turn introduced Miss Guthi^, 

The well-aoDointed dinnor was 
oreoared bv toe Ladies of» Galilee 
Church and served by Oie Y. 
Teens. 

Miss Anne Christian Qia&A, 
from Denmn»1t. an exohani^ <?tu- 
dpnt at Princess Ann*» Hl^ 
Sf^ool. was lTitTY»rtuf«ed. .^le vwe 
attractively attired in nailvt cos- 
tume. 

Reverend ''Himund "Bw^^rfir, 
Rector of r»1ilee p^ve fim invo- 
potion 9Tirt Mrs C *i«mt«»i Ma^^Ni, 
Worij^ f<»llfYwshin Chairman, dbw- 
ed tbf meetirw with a o>'<vt r. irf- 
ter palling attention to t*»«» a^^ 
trranlMri cf>«4w«! of '*IMl«iw 
AT«bsi»;artftr" wbich «ert <n sAi. 

The ti^bl^ were deconlid iv 
Mrs. C E. Koonte's eopsiMie. 
while Mrs. Harold B«m]^ tad 
charge of the ticket nte. 



irginla Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, December 5, 1963 

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Agriculftural Agtnt 

•y I. R. -DICK- COCKRELL, JR. 




fi'irad?-"you didnt cms ior 
the feJlow the Loiwly Hearts 
art) mni ym, wiw said tw was 

^uiAft— "No, he look one 
ynak at ^ffle and decided to go 
ahead «nl te.* 

R's i»t too life to protert your 
water system from freezing this 
wjnter. The fcst amcem should 
be f or ttte pu^p, for if the pump 
freezes, it can burst and require 
expensive t&^b as well as a 
loQg AoFtage of water. 

Wooden pump houses can be 
properly insulated with a good 
water-resistant insul^ion faatened 
to the ceiling and between studs. 
Weathar stripping tte docw wiH 
.jbelp maiBii^ heat 1b ^e pump 
house. * *^ 

In e^mxdy cdd weather, 
wen iM-)b^uljked pump houses 
OHQ? noy^N^ect the pump from 
fi^i^b tiwi tarn, a snaU 
hei^r^ a h^ hs^i will ^ve 
eim^ beat to prevent fr^sing. 
|\ Lan^» «r liters may be turned 
'^> on ai^ off fflpkuaUy when cold 
weri^ ^mes, or may be con- 
mti«A to a thermostat to rave 
etecta^:^. A<yu^ tte tbswii^ 
to turn on wlien tiK tenqienitBre 
m tite pm^ iKMise gets <k>wn to 
94 deir^ You ss^ twit to 
uae two heat lamps, so if one 
tNuns mi, ym will gffl ttove pro- 
to^on 10 your punq> iunisd. 

Pipp tiuHiU l;«i tairied bdow 
file ftrat Itae tn the pouiwl to 
vm&A &«eslng. Ilus laually 
meai^ Oe jp^ n^ be pk^d 
tvro to two ajDiloi^half feet di^. 
U pipes aseMt t^ dteep, leaving 
a ftuoet partly open during %a 
s^ jM. (rften preveirt framing. 

-^tomatic Yvter trou^ witi) 
ti^«ra^tartically controHed heart- 
en wffl ^toin^ ice dic^ping 
pnWens in tnmgbs for live^ock. 

Wben a pipdlm is mA being 
ua^ (tari^ Oie winter, it shwild 
be ^«u^ to mevert fizzing. 
Y^ caf <toi tfiifijy using stop- 
co&M and wastecocks for ywir 
caifcoff vaiTO in the supply line. 

M a ^Mer lim to a buEdistg is 
&a^3^ to fi%eaj^ when it passes 
from file grou^ ttazKni^ an open 
i^pp£ into the floor, y«i can pro- 
tect % Put ae iripe throu^ a 
tiie Ai^ into the grmmd aiMl 
seaW to keep out wMer. "He 
Ub is fiH^ with insulatkui and 
tte \a^ ^dfid. 

S^i^^nKrf ^i&ants axe a 
^Mt ivIwDe lM»e ca«ne<tons are 
used oi^ite or in ui^irted buiM- 
iap, Ift^e drain when the n^ter 
. m tim ott A bad fe^ure is the 
fw^MWy <rf pollution if the 
pun^ <h)es nrt (bwn properly. 
jMae 9f Lefaura 1%m , 

Anwri^M have work^ iMwi 
to earn Om ^jod thin^ ol life, 
txA not many fwl at a Iws as to 
what to do with one of tl^ir bene- 
fits — more ^sure time. 

Yeai9 1^0, only the ridi had 
Wwre tinw. K w^ a diMii^iish- 
im feature <rf tteir da^. *Shey 
uwd M (e j^romze Mterature, mu- 
iiN^^»^ the ai^, to cultivate man- 
^iw4 OC^lften to pursue ex- 
^isive md wa^ful forms of 
^aui^on and recreation. 

Twiay, however, leiaire has 
^read to all levels of society. The 
averip wa:^ earner, working 
sonwwhat 1m$ than 40 hours a 
week and with longer paid vaca- 
tions and more holidays, has more 
trm time than work time. 

IJV^sr life spans and earlier 
reUi^nt reswU in greatly in- 
creajKi leisure for those in the 
UK>er age brackets. The applica- 



seek sui^lemental jobs, w spend 
their time in self-defeating ways. 
Mi»t does c(Mi^Mute t^ wise 
use of leisure time? America has 
no generally accepted philosophy 
on IhB suhject. For the first time 
in history here is a society in 
which work has lost its stabilizing 
fotce for many people. W& are 
unprepared for this state ol af- 
fairs bwause of our lack of norms 
of conduct to replace the former 
ones which were rooted in work 
and were supported by our major 
social institutions such as the fam- 
My and the church. 

Lewre can be a source of per- 
sonal and social ^^lUytaoent; it 
can also be a deadehij^, mmo- 
tonus expc^ire to meanin^^s 
mass entertainnMnls. 

One of the effects of the spread 
of a:ien«e and teiAnology is to 
m^e US aU more self-conscious 
about the <AcBces we nu^. We 
are more aware of tiie wotid 
around us aM disturtun^y con- 
scious of tiie Med to tSuwae fae- 
tve^ ever mgm numercms al- 
temrtives. We are a sodefy of 
many tastes and preferences. Hus 
'^ ^p^^ imt m the area of 
kimne tinw behavior. 

Hie ^d^ire which mas onix a 
Mnge benefit now threatens to 
lAish worit itadf away frwn tt» 
center (rf our con«^(xtsiem P»>- 
^, more tiian ev& before, tend 
to place more important (^xm 
Mnire than upon woik. 

H we in Ameri<a, therefore, 
are to avoid utter chaos in our 
social and cultursd activities, we 
need to give more tm^ and 
thought to the i»eparation of the 
individuid <Aizen lor ttie wiie use 
of Ms leimire time. 
A«eW Mwy 1o Plwttt 
DuHnf Winter Months 

flwto can't wea^ overcoats 
and mufflers, but they are sensi- 
tive to winter weather. It's up to 
the honwowner to previde pro- 
tection plants cahH provide for 
ttemselves. 

Broadteaf evergreens are more 
susc^>tMe to winter injury than 
(teciduous or n^dle evergreens. 
So be sure they haw ptenty oi 
moisture in the root area to go 
into the cold nwi^hs. K may be 
n&xssary to v^er shrubs and 
trees this month and next if the 
soil is dry. Plants are more apt 
to die from a lack of wat«r tbiui 
from extreme cold. 

Broadleaf evergreens subject 
to winter bam ^ouM be pro- 
tected from the sun, wind, and ex- 
treme temperature if possible. 
You might locate larger trees or 
shrubs near them to help provide 
partial shade canopy or wiiKi- 
break. Snow fences, burlap 
soeens, or pdythylene barriers 
will also protect plants. Make and 
locate the structiue so it won't 
ruin the general landscape. You 
can also cut evergreens as an 
akwnative to making and erecting 
structures. 

A heavy mulch of oak leaves, 
awdust, wood chips, pine needles, 
peanut hulls, peat, or other mulch, 
^phed ^ter the firiA freeze will 
^p retain nraisture and reduce 
the depth of freezing. A critiral 
period for evergreens often is m 
early spring when the ground is 
still frozen. Tire days suddenly 
become warm with high, drying 
winds. Such days are esf^cially 
hard on plants in frozen soils. 
Protection from the wind is im- 
portant under these conditions. 

Heavy snow is another hazard 
to evergr^ns and broadleaf ever- 



tion of technology to the produc- 1 greens. Check upright evergreens 
tiott of goodM formerty ma<te in such as arborvitae or cham^y- 



the home, and to the tasks of 
hoi^ke^ing, has giwi nwre free 
time to many women of both tiw 
blue and white collar clasps. 
Much (rf the time saved from 
home production may be t^n up 
in ta*s associated with aamut^ 
tioii— «ich as shopping, and um 
of hone afpUanc^. 

to ^ pirol^sional and raanag- 
eiW fields, tte increase in lei- 
woe iifm has bwn far less than 
ftf i^killed, titt Mna-skiUed, and 
^3|6^ wig^us. for those who 
tpepi two 1|BU« or so f day com- 
nni^^ mu^ of their free time 
is ^nsuiQ^ before tiiey get 
ten& '- ' 

Ntf sH ^0 have ^mMI^ in- 
oeaaKl k^lre kmm^Sf to use 
it ^#^. t^ km^gmmT the 
aiptttM, ^ ^^^M^ or ttie 
n^^ to mdto te mort of ttieir 



paris which have more than one 
major stem. Tie the stems togeth- 
er if they seem to be we^ to 
help prevent bending under the 
weight of snow. Quring and after 
a teavy snowstorm, carefully 
knock off the snow. Don't try to 
remove snow from shrubs k it 
is mixed with ice or ^eet. Choira 
boxwoods located in the path of. 
snow slides from a ste^ roof 
nwy need protection by a lath 
structure. 

Rose lovers are advised to pile 
10 to 12 inches of soil around 
the base of e^abUshed rose 
bushes for wintw protection. 
C^n up and buni rose l^ves as 
a ^nitatioQ mesAue. 

¥ari(Mis waxes and other Q)rays 
to tfwt foliage of lNx>adleaf ever- 
greens are on the amiaei. The 
QKays ami iraxes will i3ow down 
im H m^Aire tlsNw^ foliage. 



Borax for Botfor Brow$ 




Do you recognize a good cup of cofl^ whai you ta^ coef 
Perhaps not, for only a small percentage of the 150 billion cups 
downed attttu*Uy in this country qualifies as good, and you 
may nevw have been luc^y enough to happen on one of these. 

One id tite leading causes for poor coffee is the pot. It must 
be kept ^mb. Every time you brew coffee a fine, invisible, 
akaost adi^oivrtale film of oil clings to the sides of the utet^il. 
This lag^paiTs Ihe jfevor <rf all sub^quent brews, contrary to the 
opinian ol our ^?At -great grandmothers who believed cleaning 
the ppt d^troyed the accumulated aromas of a thousand mak- 
ings. li^ws« tt» fihn penetrates so de^y, it's impervious to 
soap or dwergents. Borax, in the new pure form which you'll 
now find bearing the Arm & Hamn^r label on p-ocery store 
Stielves, is one of the few products which has the ability to 
cut through the film. You can either scour the pot with dry 
borax or you can run your coffee-maker through its regular 
brewing cycle using two tablespoons of bsrax in place of the 
coffee. This latter method is not recommended for aluminum 
pots, however, ais borax will darken the metal. 

So for better brews, be sure to freshen the coffee-mak» 
With borax- at least twice weekly. 



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every gallon of fuel. 

2. By catching little trou- 
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big ones. A small adjustm^U 
or repair in your heating sys- 
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3. By insuring you agaimt 
ui^xpected repair bills — by 
helping to protect ytm gainst 
heat interruption. 

For complete d^lls about 
our burner service contracts — 
and about our many (Hher 
services — call us today at tbe 
number behm. 



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Well, just about 

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Virginia Beach SUN^NEWS, Thursday, December i, IfW 

Pa90 3-& 





The Mixing Bowl 

IT'S 3L TO cook 

ly LUCILE CLARK 

SUN-NEWS FOOD EDITOB 



Southern Spongo Roll 




Here's r dessert to top your "grood the year round" list, -Jt'e 
Southern Sponge Roll, a tender golden sponge cake rolled aroond 
your favorite fruit and whipped cream filling. 

By following: the directions exactly you should have »ceUent 
results with the cake. It's extra easy with self-rising flour that 
already has the baking powder and salt blended in. This saves you 
measuring and sifting steps and helps assure your baking auccesL 
It's enriched with key nutrients also, to help assure your family** 
good health. 

SOUTIUERN SPONGE ROLL 
4 eggn, separated t eap sifted euMied arif* 

>4 cup Hugar rising floor 

Vi teaspoon vanilla f L Confectioners' sii|:ar 

Whipped Cream FUUnif 

Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon-colored (4 minutes as 
high speed on electric mixer). Gradually beat in % cup migar. 
Stir in vanilla. Beat egg whites until frothy. Add remaining lugar, 
a tablespoon at a time, beating continuously until stiff, but not 
dry,*peaks form. Fold egg yolk mixture into egg whites. Sift flour 
over egg mixture and fold in gently. Turn into waxed pa- 
per-lined 10^4 X IS^-inqh jelly roll pan and spread evenly. 
Bake in moderate oven (375°F.) 16 to 18 minutes. Turn out 
on clean towel dusted with confectioners' sugar. Remove waxed 
paper. Starting at narrow end, -roll up cato and towrd to- 
gether. Cool. Unroll and spread with filling. Re-roll, using towid 
to guide rolling. Cover with towel and chllL Cut in l-imdi sliceB 
!to serve. Makes 10 servings. 

Whipped Cream Filling: Fold 2 cups idiced fruit and 3 tald»> 
qpoons confectioners' sugar into ^ pint whipped wiilppii^ crean^ 



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This would really tempt a 
dessert lover for a second serving 
— for a Christmas dessert— use 
fruit cocktail with lots of extra 
maraschino cherries for color — 
RJED— bright and gay. 

You'll soon "be filling those 
cookie jars with goodies for 
Christmas and the (holidays so 
thought you would like some re- 
cipes. ' 

BUTTER RINGS 
(Crisp Cookies With Jam Confer) 
1 stick butter 

% cup brown sugar( packed) 
1 egg, separated 
1 cup flour, pinch of salt 
1 cup nuts or coconut 
Raspberry Jam. 

Cream butter and suga'' until 
light and fluffy. Mix i-. c "» -'^Ik. 
Add flour. Form into small balls. 
Place on fork, and dip into egg 
white, then into lAits or coconut. 
Place on cooky ^eet. Press hole 
in center. Bake in a slow oven 
(300°F.). After 8 minutes of bak- 
ing,, press in center again and 
continue baking 10 minutes more. 
Cool slightly. Remove from sheet. 
Fill center with jam. 
Makes about 5 to 6 dozen small 
cookies. 

PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCHES 
(Crisp Cookie) 

1 stick butter 

Vz cup peanut butter 

Yi cup brown sugar (packed) 

Vi cup granulated sugar 

Yi teaspoon vanila 

1 teaspoon salt 

1 egg ■ 

I14 cups flour 

1 teaspoon soda 

Combine shortening and peanut 

butter. Add sugars and vanilla 

and mix until fluffy. Add egg and 



Annual Kiwanis 

PEANUT SALE 

Now In Progress 



Buy your holiday peanuts and candy from a repre- 
sentative of the Va. Beach Kiwanis Club. Street sales 
Saturdays and door-to-door sale next Wednesday. 
Proceeds to Kiwanis charities. 



betft weU. fflft together dry in- 
gredKnts and blend into sugar 
mixture. Shape ii^ small bails. 
I^ce on a cooky sheet 2 inobes 
apart. Flatten with tines of foiil^ 
dipped in sugar. Bake in a mod- 
erate oven <376'F.). tbmi 10 
minutes. 

BUTTERNUT SNOWBALLS 
(Rich and Crisp) 

Makes about 6 d<»en 

1 ^ck butter 
% cup su^u* 

2 teaspoons vaniBa 
2 cups flour 
Y2 teaspoon salt 

2 cups finely chopped pecans 
Powdered Sugar. 

Cream butter, sugar, and vanilla 
until fluffy. Sift flour witti saK 
and add to the creamed mii^re, 
blending thoroughly. Add pecans 
and mix well. Suipe into 1-incb 
balls and place on cooky Sheet. 
Bake in a ^ow oven <325°F.) 
about 20 minutes. iDo not txrown. 
Cool; then roH in powdered sugar. 
OOOOA NOT BALLS: Add ¥4 
cup cocoa to recipe for Birtteiv 
Nut Snowballs. Bjdte as directed. 

COCONUT CRUNCHES 
(About 4 doan Mwi-sixed CooklM) 
1 stick margaiine J'' 

Vz cup granulated sugar / 
Y2 cup brown sugar (packed) 
Vz teaspoon vanilla 
1 egg 

1 cup flour 
y* teaspoon soda 
Yi teasixwn baking powd«: 
1/8 teaspoon salt 
1 cup rolled oats 
1 cup cornflakes \ 

Y2 cup coconut 

Cream margarine, sugars, and ^- 
nilla. Add egg and mix miffl 
smooth. Sift flour, soda, biding 
powder, and salt toge^er and KJkl 
to first mixture. Blend in roBed 
oats, cornflakes, and cocoim^ 
Drop hy teaspoonfuls onto p 
cooky sheet. Bake in a slow ovmi 
025°F.) 15 to 20 minutes. 
RAISIN CRISPS 

(about 5 dn cookios) 
1 stick butter 
1 cup raisins 

3 cups flour 

1 teaspoon soda 

Y2 teaspoon salt 

^i teaspoon cmnamon 

'/. teaspoon nutaieg 

^ cup water (off raisins) 

Boil raisiis untH soft. Drain off 

water, saving enough to vat in 

the recipe. CreMi ^hotlenix^ Mid 

sugar until light and fluffy. WR 

all remaining ingredieirts and add 

to creamed miirture. Mix weli. 

Ife-op by teaspoonftds onto a a»^ 

sheet. Bake in a modento 9v«n 

(375°F.) 12 to 15 miMtea. 

Y(Ni'd better hnie tt» co^lb 
jars! lliat u ^ter ^ra 
with alttie goodie tl 



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Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS 
THw«day, E^^mber 5, 1 963 
Page 4-0 




/living thanks \» eaqr. AH ve 
^J arad do is reflect for a mo- 
AMDt upoa tfae many things for 
which we almild be grateful. 
Psiienlarly in this great coun- 
have tile opportunity to 
We are frea men. "Oie 
thlms" of life are avail- 
^ours to work for, plan for 
1 achievement is limited only 
oy our own talents and efforts. 




BAYSIDE BAPnST C3IURCH 

1480 Pkamre Hoiee Road 
PMor-^Hies V. Dc Fm 

8:30 & 11:00 A.M.— Wonhip 

Sondsy School— 9:20 & 10:10 ajn. 
8:W> P^. — ^bvKuog ServiDe 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 

BAPTICT CHURCH 
Pastor— Rey. Mel^la 

243 Rowanont Road 
11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. — ^Woniyp 

Services. 
9:30 A.M.— ^Sunday Sobool 
6:15 PJM.— lYainiiv lAuoa 



THALIA I.YNN BAPTIST 
CHimCB 

OMe^q IB iilMcai hmm 

9:30 A.M —Sunday SdwoL 
11:00 A.M.— Mcmuo^ WonUp 




STRONG 
COMMUNITIBS 



JUST A TBOUGflnr: 

Ac man wh* iign to hioh 
wM, "I aade K all w ay own," 
k »«s( Ukdy saddled with a 
rery poor neoM^ as wdl as 
an inflated ego. 



We can remember the hard- 
M^ ei^yred by our forefathers. 
We can ranember the efforts of 
pwat men— rinventors, scientista, 
^^raea— that so helped fash- 
ion tills modem world we enjoy. 

Particularly, vre can be Uiank- 
M today that there is no great 
wv to ^icb we must send our 
yMBig aoiis a'suling. 

todhMuaUy, we can be thank- 
fid tm nch blessings as good 
hfMMh, &K>d friends, a comfort- 
all^ ^MM ai^ a monthfy pay*' 

At Cteistkns, we cm be tbank- 
M to' the ri^ to wwship as we 
please. We can give thanks to 
CM, who ^vea tlte opimrtunity 
In atm^ in se many ways, nearly 
•Pery day. 

J we tiiiak of these things, we 
Wre^ feel a glowing sense 
of 0rattt9ie nid a growing sense 
^ oMlgati<m and r^ponsiMlity— 
to MBseli^ to otiieit. 



•EACHLAWN BAPTISt CHURCH 

(W. T. Cooke School, 15Ui St.) 
9:45 ajn.— &ind»y School 
11. -00 a.m.— WoraWp Service 
7:30 pjn. — Evwiing Worsh^ 
7:30 p.m.— Wod. fti^er Service 

FArra BAPTKT CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
TnA M. Fnte, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Sunctay School. 
11:00 a.ffi. — Momiqg Wocriiq). 

6:30 p.m. — Felh}i«rahq> Hour. 

7:30 pjn.— Eveoiog Services. 

GRACE BRITHREN CHUSOEI 

Great Neck at Hifltop 
A. Harold Anington, ntttar 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday Scho<rf. 
11:00 A.M.— Worah^p Service 
7:30 P.M.—Evemiiig Service. 



V 



Prepare Now 
For Tax Time 

mas m^fsom are cl^se at ihatKl. 
After these the end of itlie year 
3 jxjt lar away. 

"i^t mofll p^WMis with income, 
It vmaa ttui tiw ^am ioT filing 
msmoB lax fetums !^ tmved. 
fiow is ft good time to prepare for 
Mag s t^ return, especially if 
fm. me s^-employ^ and y wr 
jMt «nDU^ are at les^ $400. 
You em be checking to see if 
yoHT ceconk of income ami Ihis- 
vaem expenses aire avaiM}le and 
in order. This is ^>ecia]ly impor- 
tsmt iwt the lamm', 4tae cominer- 
cM fisherman, the self^iaployed 
ai^enter and oti^rs who self- 
m^flffaA iMit usually do not have 
a hdOUB^pet or maintain eai of- 
fice. 

Be aire your correct sodal ^- 
curity nun^r is entered on the 
tax Ktmn so you will get credit 
to\raKl your socai ^curity bene- 
f^. It is a good dctea to keep a 
copy ot your tax. r^un at least 
tt»ee years. 

For inf onnation concerning 
aodal s^nirity omitact your so- 
(M mearity office in Norfolk. 
for miama^aa relative to in- 
«Mie lax aiMers cmit^ td^ In- 
stall fov^aie Oftice. 



C3nJK:H OF GOD 

6^ IMlStfctfl 

9:45 AM.^-4uatey Sctaooi 
11:00 A.M.— Mpouag Wanhq> 
7:30 A.lf.— EMftiac Wo^^ 



Penteemtal 
CHURCH OF CHRKT 

15lh Street and Baltic Avenie 
Eiwood Keni, Pastor 
J>:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning W^MsUp. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 

Khig't Grant Bai^ist Cknrch 

King's Grant Road at Queeosbury 

Drive. Lynnhavco, Va, 
Rev. H. E. Rkbards, Jr., ftator 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday Sdttool 
11:00 a.m.— Moffning Worsh^ 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 

raST CHURCH OPCHRBI 

scifJcnsT 

209 - 20th Street 
9:3» A.M.-^-Sunday SdK>«^ 
11:00 A.M.— Chuhch Service 
8:(» P.M.— Wednesday Service 



m. AVAR'S 
EP^::OPAL CHURCH 

(Meeting m Kind's Qrairt Elementary 

Rev.' L. *J. Taytor, Jr.. View 

9:1S-~H»1)' ComnunJcm (1st and 3rd 

MpdiSv «*oh fflritA) 
i-.lS-i^^iAmimoi {omeBrrert with 

s#i4eei) 
Moiwtef Prayer 2od aoi^th Skiadys 




iiMN6S 



. MOUNT OLIVE /- 

BAPriST CHURCH " 

Rev. T. M. Walker, Pastor 

9:30 ajn.— Church SdwxA 
11. -00 a.m.— Morning Wor^ip 
7:33 p.m.— Evening Woralap 

OCEAN PARK 

COMMUNITY CHURCH 

Paal E. McCuUougb, ThJW., Pastor 

, Du Pont Circle, Bayside, Va. 
9:45 a.m.— Bible School. 
11:00 a.m.— Moitjing Worrirfp. 
7:30 p.m.— Family Night Service. 

Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
ALVIN ST. CLAIR, PAST(HI 

9:45 a.m.— Church School, 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wordiip. 

BIBLE BAPTIST CHLUCH 

Bayside, Virginia 
GreenweM Road A Laiceview Dr. 

Rev. David Moon, fxkot 
9:45 a.m. — &jirfay School 
11:00 a.m. — Momii^ Worship 
7:45 p.m. — ^EvMung W(»«hip 

ST. JOHN^ BAPTlSrr CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Brace B, PerUas, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11.00 A.M.— Morning Worship, 

6:00 P.M.— B.T.U. 

7:00 P.M.— Eveniftg Worship. 

London Bri^ 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Virginia . 
G. Edward Hughes, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sim^y Sd»ool. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Woi^ip. 
6:30 p.m.— Training Umon 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th Street at Holly Road 
H. Wadell Waters, Pastor 

Sunday School 9:30 A.M. 

Morning Worship _H:00 A.M. 

Training Union 6:15 P.M. 

Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 

Evening Services 30 minutes ^r 
May 15-Sept. 15. 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 

In Princess Anne County en Highway 
615 ^ mile Past Ckeana Ak Statim) 
on right. 
T. J. Tta^, Serving w Minbter 

Sunctey Sdiool — - _ 9:45 A.M. 

Worship S«vice 11:45 A.M. 

Evening Servia 7:30 P.M. 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITSO 
CHURCH 

(Congregational Christian) 

Meetings in PembnAe Maiaor 

BaeniCTtary School 

Rev. CtmHes F. Pegmm, Minister 
9:30 ajn.— Oiurch School 
10:30 a.m.— Wonrtup 

Nui^ry «t ^ Krvkee 

FOST COLONIAL 
BAPflSr CHURCH 

929 First Cokmiai Ro^ 
George 1. Sdribts, Rntor 

9:45 a.m. -Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Moradt^ V^or^ip 
6:30 pjn. — ^Training UMon 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Mid-week servke - Wed. 

SUBURBAN CHRI^riAN CHURCH 

111 LAwugh Ave. 

Bellamy Manor, Vkginia Beach. Va. 

L. W. MEACHUM, Pastor 

9:43^Sun<lay SdKwl 
11:00— Mormag W<m^ 

ST. NICHOLAS 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Litde Neck Road—King's Gnitf 

Rev. Nicliolas J. lUbck 

Sunday Masses: 

8:30 and 10:30 A.M. 
Confessions: 

4 to 6 p.m. Saturdays 
Catechism Class: 

10-12 Saturdays 
Baptism: After 8:30 a.m. Masses 

Stor of the Sea 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14lh Street and Arctac Circle 
REV. FRANCIS V. BAMBRKX 

&jnday Masses: Wlrtcr, 8:00, 9:30, 

11 a.m. & 12:15 p.m. 
Summer (June 1st throu^ L^xm- 

Day>— 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 a.m. & 12 

Noon. 
Holy Days, 6, 7, 9 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. 
ConfKsitHW, 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 

8:0® p.m. Satundaiy. 
Weekday Masses, Winter— 6:30 & 

8:45 a.m. 

Summer — 8:45 ajn. only. 



St. Fnadi Episcopal Cterek 

The Rev. Cbi^eo £. Cifnir 

Vicar-lB-Ctai|e 

Now Meeting it RinafaU's Pla» 

Bowling AMey. 
9:15 A.M.— Chtoch Sdiotri 
10:16 A.M.— Worship Service 
Nur%ry Ihovided 



EMANUEL EPBCOPAl CHURCH 

Keo^vine Roao. Keunisville 
The Rev. Charica R. MteGla 
ftstor 

8:00 A.M.— HoJy CoflvmurioB 
9:15 AM, — Fmnily Servioe and 
Oxmtk SetufA 
Oioliy CauBoaAm Mri 
Sunday) 
11:15 AM. Moraiiv Prayo' aad 
Sermon 
' ^ioly OomiBuiyon lint 
Smdm) 
Nurs^ servioe aviUable 

lACTERN »IOR£ CHAPEL 
( Ep ia cn pa l ) 
B. Staler Bm&tn, Recfov 
8:00 a.m. — ^Hcdy OooMiaiiioM 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service md 

Mommg fnyet (3«l &»- 
cby Holy Ownanmion.) 
11:00 a.ffl.—M<MSBw Par^r and 
SennoB <Tsl tenday, Hoiy 
Comoauaion.} 



TEMPUraiANUra, 

25th and BatUc. Viipiria Beadi 
PHILIP PINCUS, KAU 

7:30 A.M — Services Moo.-Fn. 
8:15 p.m.— Friday -Sabbath Services 
10:00 a,m.— ^. - &ri>b«ft Sarvice 
8:00 AM.— Services »ia. 



iwraootfr <nuRCH 

Bu^ide A Bay Jgmie lltada 

>:45 AJi.-~^MotMt Woi^ip and 

11:00 AMv—ltoBii« VoMp and 
Owgeh Sciiool. 

<Nd DanattoB ^Mmo^ Chnvh 
449 WHch Duck Raa^ li^ride 

8:00 A.M.— H(gy OomaMMo 

jPExtwt dwtaf rector's v«o«tioa.) 
10.00 A.M.— M<^;^oc ftiayer and 
S«inon (Holy Coammkm on 
first &ioday of tudk manO.) 

MlTH^SrSuittH 

A«todaiB — JUa^NrvWe 
Itof , A F. "^ - - 



9:45 a.m.— Church SdKwl. 
11:00 a.ffl.— Momii^ Worship. 
7:30 pja.— Youth Fdkni^tafi. 

LYNNHAVIN 
MgnUXOmt CHURCH 

UtUe Nec^ RMd 
Rev. Walter A Whilchnat, HOm 

9:45 a.m.— Chun* School 
11:15 aiB.— Mociiiag Worship 



ST. MATHEWS 
CATIWUC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Beach, Va. 
Summer .Masses: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 ft 

12 Noon. 
Confession each Satuniay 4:00 pjtt. 

to 5:00 p.m. md 7:00 pjn. to 

8:00 p.m. 
Father O'Hara and Fathw Fbidtay 
Phone KI 5-9333 

PELLOWSmP BAPTBT CHURCH 

419 Gtenrock Road, Noifelk 2, Va. 
Rev. Chariis T. Hendricks. Pwtor 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wm^dp. 
7:30 pjn.— Ev«ua Wotabip*. 



tUniERAN CmJtXH 

10100 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
(Ttti^owy Worahip Cuiter) 
MeaMA A Price, P^or 
9:15 a.m.— dioRA School 
10:30 a.m.— Woishq) Service 
iNvnoy fer pnti^oei chikkw 
wiend^) 



LinVniAN CHURCH 
or tif Gaoi Shephaid 

AtiuiA; and l»fa &i«et 
Rev. John D. Kdster, KOnisUr 

8:30 A.M.— Monring Word# 
9:45 A.M.— Church School aod 

Adult BiUe Claases 
11:00 ^ %f.— Morning Wocsh^ 

CHJRSAinOUmi 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

9^Mu P^Ms, Bi^d^ Vrginta 



METIHMMCT CHUMIH 

Knotts Jslai^. N.C. 
Roboi C. Btack, Mtadstor 
10:00 ajn.— ^pdi^ Sctod. 
llrtK) a.m— W tawhip Service. 

BAYLAKS METHODBT CHUBCH 

Shore Drive at TPMWire MhmI Dr. 

Bwidde 

ROaistar. OSCAR S. GOOtf 

8:30 A II A.M.— Woish^ Swioe 

9:45 AM.-.«iiiiday $dbetA 




Virgmia Bm^ 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Lft^kin Road, L4nkh<ND Bay 
9:45 a-m.-^Sukday Suhool. 
BIV. GENE GARRICK 
Iirterhn PMor 

ll:(iOa.m. — Morning Worship 

11:30 a.m.— Children's Oiurch 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Service. 



BLACKW.4TER BAPTKT 

CHURCH 

Ronfe 4 At Bhdwatar 

Pastor — Rev. Gary B. ThompaMi 
11:00 A.M.— Monmig WorsWp 
10:00 A.M.— Sunday School 

"Serving God aad the Owimuaity of 

Biac^wi^r SfaMsa 1784'* 



ffT. 



GRBGCmv^ CATOOUC 
CBORCH 

7271 Vb^a Bgu^ Bhd. 
Rev. ^Hntes AMMttcckio, O.S.B. 

MASSES: 7:00, 8:00. 10K»; W^ 
Mast, 12:00 noon. 
Cmrfeaaow are oo Satoi^, 7;30- 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Back Bay, Va. 
Gene Hivtaell, MInlstar 

10:00 A.M.— BiWe School 
11:00 AM.— Momini W(»drip 
7:30 P.M.— Evttiing Wocship 

CHURCH OF CHRBT 

521 Va. Bea<* Blvd., Oceaoa, Va. 
Sames W. Medlfai, Ministor 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worsh^ 
6:30 p.m. Evening W(»ship 

LYNNHAVEN CCMXJNY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Congregational Christian 
GreM Neck Road near Shore Dr. 

Rev. Sara Nelson, Partor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wors^. 

DIAMOND SPRINGS 
CHRISTLiN CHURCH 

Disdples of Chrlrt 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Near Little Creek Ferry 

G. David Shrceves, Pastor 

8:45 A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— &jnday Sdwol 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service 
6:30 P.M.— Youth Groups 

KEMP8VILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7120 Kempsville Road 
A. D. Blonnt, Pastor 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday School 
11.00 A.M.— Morning Wor^ 
8:00 P.M.— Evening Worahlp 

BAYSIDE CHRmiAN CHURCP 

(Cniff^ationM) 

SSiore Drive and Greenwell Road 

Eari L. Farrell, Mtaiistcr 
9:45 A.M.— Worship Service. 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday Schort. 
11:00 A.M.— Worship ServKSb 

A^EMUY OP G<MI 

Vif^iaie Beadi BoulevMd 
EaM Lane — CKxana 
Rev, SmnKi D. BeOer, Jr., 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship, 
7:30 p.m.Evangelistk Servfee. 



8:30 A.M.— Wnn^ Service 
9:45 A.M.— Cha^ Ibbool 
11:00 A.M.— Wonb^ Service 

PRINCE «r PEACE 
LUTHlOtAN CHURCH 

(Mimemi Synod)' 
Rev. J. ElkNr Medley. Paste* 

Meetii^ Jrt Malibu ScIkwI 
9:15 ajn.— »Hiday Scho^ aad 

Bihle CkBs. 
10:30 «.m.-^DbMie Wor^ip 
Holy ContmunHHi — Ist imd kd 
Sunday. 



MEtHomnr cnuMa 

Back tay. Vk^Mm 
mn. ^mkm A MfaMy Ab 

10:00 ajB.— ClHwA Schoti. 
11:(W ajn.— M4»aH« ^J^nhj^ 

SALUf Msmaam anaiCH 

Prioceas Aoe^ \%^^ 
Itov. Fknk D. kam» 

10:00 aA.— Moratai madtdni 
11:00 a.Bi.— Chmth School. 
7:30 i^Bi.— Youd) FeUow^ 

OCEANA 
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENI f 

S, Court House Rd., Oceana, Va. 

PiHri A AUilch, Partor 
9:45 a.m.— &inday SdHwl 
10:45 aja.— Mordiw Worifa^ 




VmOINIA KACH 

METH^MR fmuman 

207-18th araet 
REV. BEVSH^Y FELTY 

8:30 aja.—Wonlip Service SmaaMr 

McMidis 
9:45 a.m.— CiMirch Setot^ 
11:00 a.m.— Worriiip Service 



BIJriHEL METHOiHST CHMKH 
CpeeA 
Ralph W. JoiawM, Pwtw 
10:00 A.M — Momhig Worship 
11:00 AM.— dMirch Scfaocri 



PLAZA METHODHT CBOMCB 

Meetlnn at Plaza School 
HERBERT G. HOBBS. ftstor 

9:45 AM — Momiig Wwsh^ 
11:00 A.M.— Oiurch School 
7:00 P.M.— Youth Felkm^ 

METHODm CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Vipginaa 
Rev. ftai^ D. JaaMS 
10:15 a.m.— Church Sohoal 
11:15 a jn.— Momsm Warit# 

TdicrLaele 

METHODIfr CHURCH 

Princess Anne, VI 
Rev. LcRoy l^nlh 

9:45 a.m.— C*wxA SdM^. 
11:00 a,m.— Nfaroiof ^niMp. 

mx cH Gfuyn 

METHOtoBT CBURCH 

PriBoeiB Ann 
Ralph W. lelnon, Putor 
10:00 A.M.— Oiwdi S^ool 
11:00 AM.— Mornii« WorsM^ 

IHAUA ME^OlRSrr CHURCH 

Pine Ave. ft Va. Booh nvd. 
Rev. B. ^ Oaws^ ^stet 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday Schxtf 
10:45 ajn.— Wonldp 



ntESSrPERIAN CHURCH 

Near RobUas ComCT 
Rb*. I. E. MliaoB. rmtoi 

9:45 a.n.— Smd^ Sdiool. 
11:00 t.m.— Moni&g Won^. 

Calmy 
m»YTBR1AN CmiRCH 

First Stnet. Ohniock, NorMk, Va. 
E. Crewel Caol^, PaeiM 

9:45 a-m-T-Owreh School. 
11:00 ajn.— Mora^ WMhlp. 
6:30 i>.m.— W^t^ifoto Pelowri#. 
6:30. pja— Ptooeer Feilowili^. 
6:30 pjn.— Y(mn| Ftopte's Ffedow- 
dbq>. 

FBifr 
presbyherian church 

PMifie Avenue « 3Mi Street 
Heny G. Monsa 
I. P W Ve adKek 
Mlidalsfs 
SmBttay 
9:45 Chureh School 
11:00 Moroinf Wo^hlp 
6:00 Ytwrth TUowsUps 
7:30-8:00— Sundi^ evenhig Cliq»i 
Vesper Service 



One of the clianiiB <tf bei^ Fonaif, Is U» abili^ to forgei That is, 
to forget quickly, what might appear to be a hurt, a wrong, a slight, an 
injury. Then, as we grow (dder, ttere is a tendency to brood met hurts, 
and wrongs, and injuries — real or imaginary — and sometimes we lose 
that beautiful mental balance, between forgetting and remembering. 

There is a place to take all your hurts, your memories, your injuries 
of spirit; that place is your chutch. There you will ftnd peace and content- 
ai»t Tie a string around your linger, now! Remember church this Sun&iy! 






THE BOW CRiEK 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaza fr^ 
Wente J. Millar. MMslsr 

&inday Sdiool — 9:45 A.M. 

Churdi Scmioe 11:00 AM. 



Chriat Tn Af i tt im ChmA 

1200 Araama Movtmrnni 
M. Btaad DndMy, MUriar 

9:30 AM.— Worship and C^hoA 

ScAool 
9:30 A.M.— Worship aqd Churdi 

Sd»ol 
11:00 AM.— WofaMp and Ohu^ 
Scbmrt. 



GAL&EE BPBOMPAL ^RJRCB 

40th and Padfic— GA 8-3573 

Ite Rev. Edmund B«|»ley, Reciar 

Rev. Maon B. Waltoa 

8:00 a.m.— HOLY COMMUNION 
9:00 a.m.-MORNlNO HUYER 
AND SERMON 
(Hoty CoamMoson ^ix Sunday eadi 
month) 
11:15 a.m.— MORNING PRAYER 
AND^R»ft»4 
(Holy Ccerismnkm 1st Siyicby oi eaife 



METHOMvr ^.„„_« 

Viipn» Beach BMirMW^ tpnitaivea 
Dooilia ttert, pariw 

8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.*-««vioei 
9:45 am.— OHrefa aehotd I 
6M p.m.^Y e1h fO gmd^ 

FRAlVCn ASWRT 

MEmaamr xmrnm 

Omt Nedt Road 
E. J. Tayler, Wmttt 

9-M a.m.-— OusA Sthofi 
1 1:00 uja.-'4/ kmmt WfanM^ 

_SeaaMMMrM 
METfKmvr CBURCR 

Greet Necfr R^d. QeoMa, Va. 
Rev. Lee H. 

9:45 a.m.- 

I'tOO a-m.— J 

7m 



KING'S GRANT 
PRIWVTEMAN OIURCH 

(Mow flMCtiog ifi tU King'e OnMt 
EkMsentary Sdiool) 
Ikifmmi C. nMoB^ IMar 
9-M A.M.— Sun^y SchtKA. 
11:00 An.-.MorriBf Woi^riUp^ 

I-VNNHAyEf 
nOSBYTORlMM (XUKCB 

lysOi^m Viltage 
Rev. M«rioB R« WtMb, IN'., Mi 

9:45 a.ni,— Churdi S<Aool 
urn a III TrTiiiafiia Tl-|iiiiii|i 
6:30 p.m.— Ypott Prf 

WO pjtt— Pkjoeer Fe 

TM pjn.— EwH^f W<»^p. 




iam,KMkHmM<HttitbmBm^ilm.Jm. 



Vfc 



Suaday 
Psalms 



Menday 

Psaldis 

119:81-88 



Tws<^ 

Proveita 

3:28-36 



Wednnday 

laaiah 

68:17-26 



fhnnday 

Aeta 
8:17-26 


Friday 

U Corinthians 

7:2-10 


Satarda] 
I Peter 
2:13-26 



T>^E ^KMS URGe YOU TO COM! TO A PUCf 

OP wcHSH^ fvnry wnc 



mmmt ome co., me. 

I 34M1U iB a dea M^ie, Ta. 



astd Stoest 



SIASIDE MARKR 

TclcpfeMe 42S^13 



R. L OARRINOSt 

Vl^olNBle Meats ^ Piu > Mum 
MMMmi ball Feed hadMta 
- ^_^ 2M6 VinWa Beadi Boalcvard 
TelkfiMM MA 7-mi Norfeft, Vi 



Tkniiria Beack 



JhSSrS 5-1 C-SSc STORES, INC. 

309 31st St. ft 1901 Ateifc Avaaaa 
Yonr Shoeing Ccatar 



RUSSELL & HOUMIg 

'nfkevs aopptot b a 
19M AtkiMe AvoMM 

GA 8-4301 



CAVALIDt OARAGE 

lOIWNY DVmJEY 

Dlre«fy IdMM Hotel 

ladep^eaOy OpmKlti 

Holly Rd. ft Cavalier Br. 

Mil GA S.2131 VirgiBia 



mcw% 

VIMSIl^HA BEACH 



BRINKLEY'S SHELL SERVICE 

Trtoaftr Serrkc ptas Qwdtty Prodncto" 

31i4 Street awl tettic Avcbm 

TehpfenM OA S^23S Virglaia Bcac$ 

'" ... *, 

CERTIFIED TV A AHH.IANCE CO. ' 




*^- — *J ^ 

ThaUa Q^iMirtary Sdmrf 

jnim m. saM*. mu«m 

^30 A.H.~MdmM« WorAto 
IMS AM^-^^ffTsdio^^ 




LASmU). 

9:45 AM.—M^ Sdieal 
1I.-00 All.-4i«tfnt hm 
Wonl^. 



m MAME AM£. CmiRCH 

%*DcMBa, Va. 
■ev. m, P. PeltoB, 

9 ?0 3.S.— Sa^y SdMrt. 



NIXON ELECTRIC 
Ekdrieal CMttnctere — Gwrtrat 
Uom*. Commeidri WM« -.^JgU 
Appla*^ 
606 . 17tk Stiwt, Va. 



847 EAST LITTLE CREEK RD. 
6f«0 VA. BEACH BLVD. 



588.547t 
497-lMI 



MUAM-EATON INSURANCE CO. 
ATLAMf^ CLBAMIRS A lAUNDRY 



42»afU 



FLOWERS 
HERSERT HARRiU FLORIST 

VA. BEACH >UITO SlffAY, INC. 

Btafam s al, A rr i m i iil i a^ Toeh 
»3f Va. Beadi Bird. 

W. A. WO^^ ^^ 



OCiATW CURB MARKET 

3113 Pac^ ^NMae — Telephtne GA 84l| 
Rari ftMe -- Reirialt — Ineorancc 



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Cmu^tOim A^nt 

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OS. CO. 



BE40 SUPERMARKET 



DUGA MMS 



STRICKUND'S ESSO SERVICENTK 

mm S«vto DM CUB4M4 

ANDERSON A STRUDWICK 



MlhihMan&MeAvMw 
YlqMa Biaafe ^^ 



c,VikaHd 
Av« 



BUHD-A^IAMA 1 

*?^ffl-B^ "^Al BiTATE ^VICE 

umm. af nta»-^}w ^9ii 



M»aMH»i 



NfW Y<M^ffOCK 



EXCMkNGE 



HIINCESS ANNE FUEL- OIL CO. 
int Vm BaM B^d. ~ «M m-lS$s 




Itoyeox EntorprlsM, Inc. 

E. ASHLEY HAYCOX, President 
Herb A. Holt, Jr., Vice-Pres. Floyd M. Rowe, Sec-Treas. 



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10 



simiiAiOuuTiiic 
AUTOMATIC TOOTHBRUSH 



DAY 



eiVES CLEANER TEETH 

than handbfushing — plut 
llMlthful cart of |hc gum* 
" (utomaticfUy. Moil paopl* 
do not brush wall anough o' 
UM anough ttrokei for 
ftally thorough cleaning. 
Tha Ganaral Electric Toottv 
brush has antwarad thaM 
problems with a built-in 
brushing action that cleant 
Iha taath and rafrashts th« 
gums. So plaaunt childra<> 
will ui« it, so effecUva 
waryona should. 

T^y IT for JO days... 

w* will ntuiti jftur purtk*$» pelt*. 
Comas In • (amlly package which 
Include* a safe, cordless battery 
powered handle that automati- 
cally recharges in the holder. 
Four map-in perwnal bfuthth 

Va. Beach Hardware 

329 Va. BMcb Blvd. 

428-2331 




Open Nitet Until 9 P.M. 




Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, December 5, 1963 



M 



v«aif«-«**4tiN 





428-2401 FOR iMIVIEdlATE ACTION 



MaMrk Lee Clwpel, en Hie nm|ius *l WMMnfM* wrf Ue iMvmftrir 
Ushictaii, V«., has been cooqilaleiy tMtt^t «M • $370,000 ^mt 
h*m Hi4 M«M CMnpmy Hni. CiMed f« v^ts duria« riie H wpnlli 
rMlerallm | » f|ect, M was reopened fo ^ jpuUic m nW^imitf. 
Rededi««tiwi ae re i inri e a m« atkaduled for 0«. II. Tit* (h«Bal w«a ^i^ 
tn 11* 7 twdof th« swpfviyoi. ef Gm. Il*l«rt 1. 1m. Ir oMMm ^ im 
iwmm raiMabanl sisiiiw of Ue, the ^pel hamat ■ Mttiovni •! Le* 
* id fawMy w —e rrtlh i and on art c*Bort>a. 



• kfGAL NOTICES 

CofmnonwMMIi el Vii^biia, In th« 
Cttrk's Offk* of tfw Circuit 
Court of tho City of Virginia 
BmcIi, on tho IStfi day of No- 
vombor, 1963. 

DOROTHY OGDEN iaS3*IER, 

Pkinfcif f, 
againM 
iOmi V. ¥3Smm„ Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of iiis suit ia to 
obtain a divorce from the ibond of 
imtrimony from the saM defend- 
airt, upon i^ie pounds of wilful 
ctesertion. 

And sm affittevit bavang been 
made and filed th^t the defendant 
IB a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Post Office 
Box 3128, Daytona Beach, Fla. 

It Is ordered that Ihe do app^u- 
here within ten (10) days after 
(hie puUioation heraof, and do 
v(4m^ may be necessary to protect 
\a& ii^ere^ in tMs suit. 
A »py — ^Tosto: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

BY: Mary M. WWte. D.C. , 
Bremner, Mcatdge, Byrne, Mont- 
gomery & Baber 
800 Insurance Building 
Richmond, Virginia 

11-21-4TH 



• L^AL NOTICES 

.. , ) 

ImaA, «re iMt iiesidenle of ttiei 
^te of Vir^awa; I 

• 14 is oit^red Itiat the said n«i-j 
resident defendants, namely:} 
George Earl Petty, W^ter Ljmd,i 
Mabel ImkI, John Lwid, m, sm in-* 
fcmt, and Andrew Lemd, do api 
pei^ wUmi ten <tays after due< 
publication of this order and do' 
wQiat as netxseazy 4x} protect thedij 

tt is UirGm ord^ed ttiat thcj 
f<w^)k^ IKMtion of ittiis order bei 
puUiiShed once a week for four! 
^C(xea^ weeks in the Vir^ii 
Beiadi ^ui-News, a i^w^xaper 
pubUdied in the City of Virginta^ 
Be«di, Vii^iniia. 
A oof^ To^: 
JCtflN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 
BY: Mary M. WWte, D.C. 
Nusbaum and AUi^kI 
Aoyst^ i^iMmg 
Norfolk, Vii^Hnia, p.q. 

11-144TH 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

10 Spocial Moticoo 

BRIDGE LESSONS — Beginners 
and Intern^diates. Can come to 
your hooK to teach one or two 
t^Mes. Dial GA 8-5122. Mrs. At- 
kinson, 107 44lh St. 



MERCHANDISE 



93 Household Goods 



ANTIQUES — Handcarved wood- 
en duck decoys; cobblers 
bench, saddle seat; ateins, in 
china and pewter; tobacco cut- 
ters; coffee grinders; pitchers 
and bowls, differ^ shapes and 
sises; bn^, tUm medallion 
punch bowls, plates. Jean N. 
Miller Antiques, 518 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-1250 after 6 pin. for 
special appointotei^ 



RBMTAL REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE l=OR SALE 



111 Apartmonts Fumishod 120 Buslnois Pf^iwty 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS ! BOTH ST.— 86x116 feet. 3 cot- 



1, 2 bedroom efficiencies com- 
pletely furnished. Weekly, 
monthly, "We can furnish ev- 
en'thing but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA8^50, GA 
8-9701. 



RUGS— tel2 Unol«im lor every 
room in the house. $4.95 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture, 17tt & Baltic. 



DINING ROOM SUn;ES— 2 com- 
plete. One mahogany, 10 {^o^. 
$75. One oak, 8 piecei. $65 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 Colonial Rd., 
Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



CUSTOM TYPING SERVICE — 
All types of typing to order: 
manuscript, business letters, en- 
velope addressing, stencils, ed- 
iting by English majors-college 
graduates. If you need secre- 
tarial service occasionally, even 
a single letter, let us take care 
of your work. Rates on request. 
Call GA 84355, 211 70th St. 
Virginia Beach. 

11 Transportation 



COMMONWEALTH <rf VIRGINIA 

In tlM dork's Offico of tli« 
Circuit Cmirt of Mm City of Vir- 
ginia Boach, on the 29th day of 
Novwnbor, 1963. 
E2XJAR A. SIMPSON, Jr, Plaintiff 

against 

VIOLA SCENNAH BMLEY j 20 Automobiles For Sale 

SIMPSON, Defendant i 

The object of this suit is to ' Chevrolet, two door sedan. 1951. 
obtain a divorce from the bonds" I ^^w tires, battery and tail pipe, 
of Matrimony from the said de-l Perfect second car. $175. 428- 
fendant, upon the grounds ofi 4S48. 



A & P Driveaways Inc. — We will 
deliver your car to or from any 
city. Carefully selected driwra. 
CaM 625-t)804. 

AUTOMOTIVE 



Furniture of all kinds uplMlatered 
and refinisfaed. Fi^e estimates, 
reasonable prices. Aut<fflK>bile 
seat covers, tops, and liteadlin- 
ers all cu^om made and fitted. 
Hilltop UpholMering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used f'imiture. 



^M) ST.— Near Cawaflier Hotel. 
Bachelor ai»rtment, yearly. 
Water included. Gas he^. 
Screened porch. Available now. 
GA 8-1722. 



16th Street — 2-bedroom steam- 
heated. Suitable for 2 couple. 
Reasonable. Also 24th St. 1 oi- 
2-bedroom apartment for yearly 
rental. Reasonable. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 



Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



Electric refrigerators — ^Large and 
apartment size. Used. Good con- 
dition. From $40. Hirtz Bazaar, 
227 First Colonial Rd., Oceana. 
428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



Refrigerators, freezers, stoves, 
living room furniture, clocks, 
rugs, books, bedroom furniture, 
paint, radios, mattresses, 
springs, porch furniture, metal 
cabinets, brie - a - brae, sofas, 
chairs, ch^ts, linoleum. You 
name it — we have it and at rea- 

, sonable prices and easy terms. 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 First Colonial 
Rd., Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 
to 9. 




SHYI 
...WHY? 

It's our business to loan money on homes. 
And if you would like the latest figures on 
exactly what It would take to move your 
family into quarters more suitable for your 
requirements, stop In at your earliest con- 
^nlence. 

There's not the dightert oMigation In talking 
things over. 



Desertion and Adultery. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-«sident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 158-A Ocean 
Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia, it ' M Appliance Services 

is ordered that she do appear here > iTArirfwt rrrAivTruc ^ 
within t«n nm Have T^.r ^„. 1 ^^CUUM CLEANERS— Hoovcr, 

Sales and service. Prompt ef 



FIAT, 1200 sedan, 1960. Excel- 
lent condition. Low mileage. 
428-7588. 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
HENRY L. LAM 
Princess Anne Station 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHITE D.C. 
12^ 4TH 



Accounts Insured wp to $10,000 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

Saiings and Loan i^Mioeiaiion 

210 - Wk MmI Viryiiiia Beach, Viff inia 

Phone QA 8<9931 



Virginra, ;n iTie tftam s ofnce of 
the Circuit Cmirt of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 4th Day 
of November, 1963. 
ELIJAH JOHNSON, et al : 

vs. : 

GEORGE EARL PETTY, et als: 
IN OH^y^CBRY 
No. 8095 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of Mils suit is to ef- 
fect paiptition amongst the owners 
by sale or oitherwise of the real 
property in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virglma, described as fol- 
lows: 

PARCEL Om.: Al thait certain 
parcel of knd, wiitih the appurt- 
enances 'tteminto 'belonging, sit- 
ua'^ in Bayside Borough of the 
City of Vkgima Beach, Virginia, 
and desigmri;^ as "0.5 Ac." on 
that c^tain survey erotitled "Sur- 
vey of Wilson Pettie Estate, et als, 
^yside Borough, Virginia Beach, 
Va., fOT Bejtoice and Elijah John- 
son", made by C. A. Bamforth, 
Surveyor, and dated April, 1963. 
PARCEL TWO: All tiiat centon 
pan^l <d iMMi, vitth the apiwrt- 
ounces thaneiuito bekmgii^, ^- 
iwte in '^ysicte Borough of the 
Cky of Virginia Beewh, Vir^aa, 
and desisted as "2.0 Ac." on 
that <^srtoan survey «*titled "Sur- 
vey of WilsOT Pettie BsMe. eit 
ali Bayside Rhw^. Vin^ia 
9e»eii, Va., for ^srtrice & Hijah 
iiAmam", nxuie by C. A. Bem- 
fiorth, &ffveyor, and dated As^ 
1963. 

ikKl MMkM taa^wig been nude 
and fiied aet'Gwo^ Eait Petty, 
WrfteF iioad. MaA»el Land, John 
Lmd, Ql, m mlmX, mi Andkw 



ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone GA 8-4222. 
Fuel Feed & Building Sup 
plies. Inc. 

3^ Building — Repairing 

NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrical — Air Conditioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Phone 426-2660 

UVESTOCK-PETS 

70 Dogs — Cats — Other Pets 

Cocter puppies. Blonde. Cham- 
pion blood line. $10 each. Call 
428-2730. 

~ MERCHANDISE 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

110 Apartments Unfurni shed 

APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
unfurnished. All price ranges. 
Cooper Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

111 Apartments Furnished 

25th Street, 202 — 1 bedroom 
apartments. $65 yearly. CaU 
Jard Realty GA 8-6666. 



In the heart of the Beach. Special 
low winter rates or yAriy rent- 
es. Also rooms at low rates. 
GA8-6713. 



1-2-3 room apartments. $75-$125 
month. Utilities furnished. Sun 
Tide Motd. Dial 428-18^. 



2 bedrooms, hving room, modem 
kitchen, new refrigerator and 
stove. Reasonaible rent. Phone 
587-4776. If no answer, call 
after 5 p.m. 



114 Houses For Rent 



LONDON BRIDGE RD, 221 - 2 
bedrooms, oil heat, fenced yard. 
Furnished or unfurnished. Con- 
venient to Oceana. 428-7086. 



NORTH END, Land side— 2% 
bedrooms, bath, hving room, 
kitchen and dining area, front 
porch, enclosed rear patio. Ex- 
tremely high lot. Forced warm 
air heating with humidifier. 
Fully furnished. $i20 monthly. 
Days 428-3997. Night 428-1139. 



MALIBiU-3620 Britt Terrace, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Tri-level Executive. 
3 bedrooms, IVz bath, panelled 
den, built-in kitchen. Garage. 
Paitio. Lovely landscaping. Con- 
venient location. $135 month. 
341^9952. 

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



90 Articles For Sale 



BICYCLE, iboys 24". Good condi- 
tion. $15. GA 8-1442. 



DISHWASHERS - AutomaUc - 
Under-counter Hot Point. One 
floor sample $100 and one in 
the carton $120. Brand new 
machines left from contractor 
job. Well worth $250 each. 
Walsh Furniture, 17Ui and 
Baltic Ave., dial 428-3291. 



Bachelor Apartment. AH utihties 
included. Centrally located. $75 
year round rental. GA 8-3680 
or 855-1947. 

Furnished ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime- 



42ND ST.— Yearly, water includ- 
ed, living room, bedroom, 
bath, kitchen, breakfast room, 
screened porch, 2 large closets, 
storage attic. Couple preferred. 
GA 8-1722. 

OCEANA, 507 Middle Lane. Stu- 
dio apartment. Water and heat 
furnished. $80. Call owner 
428-2556. 



NEWSBOY BICYCLE— with large 
Irasket. Heavy duty Columbia. 
$25. Needs tire. See at 245 
Driftwood Road, Pinewood Gar- 
dens, Lynnhaven. Also artaU 
foreign - made girls bicycle. 
Make offer. 341-1978. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four Unes 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 8-4222. Fuel, F^d 
& Building Supply, Inc. 

Lovely dresses, street and cock- 
tail. Excellent condition. Skirts. 
Ccmts. Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, and 
16. From $8 to $15. Persian 
Lands short cape, $45. 1004 
Curlew Drive, Budneck Pt. 



24% Street. 2 bedrooms, hving 
room, dining room, kitchen, 
bath. First floor. Yard. Conven- 
ient to shopping. Reasonable 
yearly rent. GA 8-5016. 

UaSSIFIED dispuy 

INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

BrtNUiw Uardln, Directoe 

313 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



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HOME OWNERS 

Reduce Your Bills 
One Mondily Payment 



AMOrN* 

$2000 
3000 



le Tss. 

PES MO. 

$22.22 
33.32 



IS TRS. 

prac MO. 

$16.88 
25.32 



The First and Second 

Mortgage Servkes 

MA 2-9816 — 24 kours 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 

GA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



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Instruction In 

Piano, Organ, Accordion 

JU 74)466 - 428-7727 



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for multiple i^idence. Call 

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6413. 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 

121 Investment Profwrty ~* 

DUPLEX— Each tjstftment con- 
sists of hving room with fire- 
place, dining room, kitchen, 2 
ibedroon^, bath, and 2 porches. 
Live in one and rent the other. 
Good investment. (M Bill Aus- 
tin 341-3232 or 341-4755. Good- 
man - Segar - Hogan. 

127 Sale or Exchange 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida — Water- 
front home, 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, furnished or unfumi^ 
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heat. Beautifully landscaped. 
Sprinkler system, .^aime own- 
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ginia Beach area hdive Qf^'^ 
cant lots. Call owner 99^7^* 
177 Saunders Rd., Hmnpton, 

' Virginia. 



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as far west as linher. 'Reply 
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Names and addresses printed. Stop in tk Sae-News o^e, 
31st & Pacific, (o tesk& your se^rten. Ordor M«r to hmre 
prompt (Mivery. 




^^|IM« t«i#i SUI^N>I€WS, thuradey, December 5, 1963 ( 
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Vm ( a>— ii»ktfte 
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( S) — ^Boto'i Cartoon IliMtn 
(10) — Hi4rkw«r Potfol 
• ISl — Ante ticTlB 
na) — Hone 
( S) — Bnrna uid Alien 
flOl — T»M» Bwi 3f Oroa«h* 
T- . «13) — Aligbee Abont Town 

J^ (13)— Honiinr Movie 
#S I 3> — Dr. Whlt«!hiirpt Mmnrtt 
fte ( 3)— CBS Mornlnr Nevt wlUl 
Mtke Wkllacr 
, • (!•>— Sw Whm 
IM5 <!•) — ilBC Ne«» 

( » — I Lot* Iauv 
(10) — Word For Wordt 
< B>— 1%* UfOetrt 
( 10) — Con<>entratlon 
(13) — Pri** Ig RlMt 
tS:/IO ( 3) — Pete A Qltdn 
' (10)— Mt^nr Unka 
1 13)- 'Sevan Ktn 

AFTERNOON 



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lCUdr«d Alexander Show 
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(10) — il^stiMr 

I 3»— ^Aa n>a World Tbim 
(IS) — Lot* That Bob 
(10) — Nawa 
( 3>— AMawtntl 
(19)— ^MWla Win TiUk 
(1S>— Ate SonllMn 
(10)— NK nawa 
( 8) — Bouaa Fatrtr 
(u>-#«r i» oowt 

(13>>--t£a Howard Newt 
< S)>-^ tMl tha Troth 
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THURSDAY EVENING 

4^ ( 3) — 9eer«t Storm 

(10)— "Ae Xatcb Oama 

• • (18) — ^Trallmaalar 

ta(» (10)— SBC ReWB 
^ ( S> — Sevaa , Leafna Booti 
(10)— Make Boom for Daddy 
^. (IS) — Uacorary 
^M ( 3)— »««« 1^ Five 
i* *!»♦ — 1 * wi p dwfc R»ppy*« cms Ahoy 
IM (13)— Ml(4wv MooM! C!ltri> 
f #1 ( 3) — j^. ^ttahnrat Reporta 
•99 ( 0-^A^aMilf«a In Paradlaa 
fca* nm—thMUkmrr HoQiid 
|:M <10>-4lewa ^ Mx 
•AS (IS) — ^Sarry tJoCRtta 
f:16 ( 81 — 3pM1a Komdnp 
•at ( 3) — TV Baportet 

(18) — ^Koa Co<d>i«(>« 
6:23 ( 8) — ^WaaOiaTmaa 
•:W < 3)— CBS Daws 

(14>-'^miW-Briiiktar BevoH 

f ^ ( sa—timOi vtSk9 Dten 
(10)-^M Omct 
(M>MPUBtatmea 

Via* ( M— «i«nraid 

(Itfl — ^Ekmile BamtoB 
(IW^-^VBMotlM 

#:M ( t> fctwM da 

cU B PBn aa Heed Sbov 

• :30 (IM— tr; KUlare 

^ (18) — ^My Iftrea Sons 

i«0 ( 9) — Perry Xomh 
1 (18) — Jimmy Dean 

•;tt (10)— Baad 

flSt—Mi^rie'a Vvwr 
^m I 3V— The Kuraea 
^ , (M) — iFwry Coaw 

' (13>-^»le AdMBa 
I^AA (13)— Coane of HmiMn KVenti 
U:00 ( 3>— lltli Hoar Final 

n# — Mnroirr !»«»«*» 

t:tn ( 4)— 11th Hoar WeaOier 
as (10)— Wether 
an) — Wll Br«<lT 
n-m < 3> — Rteve Allen Show 
11:W ( 8) — ^Dr. Whltahorat Beporta 

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FRIDAY EVENINO 

( 8) — Secret Storm 
(10)- The MRtrti eama 
( 1 S) — Tnilnineter 
(10) — VBO Newa 
( 3) — Ivanboe 

(10) — ^Mnke Boom for Daddy 
( 18) — TMsoorery 
( 8) — Kewa at Five 
(10) — Toonder-k. Papny'n Club Ahoy 
(13) — Mlekrv MoQiie Club 
( 8)>-Dr. Whitehunt Beporta 
( 3)— Vnrfaide 6 
,,•> — Soper <3ar 
fw—^ewa at Six 
(lilM-HarrT Dorirette 
{ 3> — Sports Ronnitap 
( »>-_TV Beporter 
fia> — Fad Coehmne 
( 8) — ^Weatherman 
( 3)— CBS WtWB 
(10)— nnntUr-BrlBkley Beport 
(18)— Marerkk 
( 3>— Lee Marvin Show 
(1M) — nat Mai>««r«on 
(13)— Px>kBO Arrow 
( 3) — The Great Adventnre 
(10) — Intemstional nhowttma 
(13)— 77 Sunset Strip 
r 3) — Route 86 
(10) — Bob Hope 
(13)— Bnrke"» L»w 
( 3)— TwiUrht Zona 
(ja)_HarrT'« Glrlp 
(13)— Price I» KUrht 
( 8) — M(iw Teenare America Pm- 

reant 
(10) — Sack Paar Show 
(13) — ^Fleht of the Week 
tl*)— Make That Spans 
{ 3) — nth Hour Final 

(18)— MnrphT Martin 
( 3)— nth Banr Weaaiar 
(18)— Bill Brady 
1 3) — ^Stfre Allen Hiow 
'i«i — WMther 
(10) — Sport* 
(13> — ^Shook Theatre 
(!•■> — 1^nIl«•i^l 
( S)— Movte 

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a8) — Sirn o« 



SATURDAY 
MORNINO 

• .■30 ( 3) — BoMa Comedy naatn 
j^ (10) — Farm Show 
7:00 (10)— CSh^ 10 Bana> 
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(13 _ 
8:00 ( 3) — ^9Mn Kmntoo 
8:00 (18) — SMiar Bin 
i:33 (10%-4Blrt«la Nhtpwiwek 

(13)— MHfar BUI 
0:00 ( 3>— 4Mb Kow 

(laWflMMr Car 

(13) Ifcmllir Itorte 
•:30 ( »y—9m^mm Tnzada 
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(13)— «eaay * (StcU 

AFTIRNOON 

18:00 ( 3>-H»iy Xlnr 

(10) — Srt. PreitoB 

(13>— Bun Biumy 
18:80 ( 3) — ^Do Ton Know 

(10)— Boll winkle 

(1S>— Mafic I^nd of AllakM«« 
1H)0 ( 3>— Newa Bobert Trout 

(10) — Expiorinr 

(13»-^M» Friend FHcka 
1:18 ( 3) — NCAA li^olball Kiokoff 

(18) — American Bandstand 
3:00 (10)— Mr. Wiaard 
8:80 (10) — Saturday Matlnna 

B:80 (18) — Brokwi Arrow 

3:00 (13)— Story of 

3. SO (18) — Champ. Bowline 
8:00 (13) — Saturday Matinee 

(13) — American Golf Claaalo 
3 no ,(10) — Top 9l»r BowHwr 
4:15 '( .1) — NFL Football Klokoft 
4:30 ( 3)-^NFL Football 

(10) — College Football Hirhllirhte 

(13)— AFL Hlchliirhta 
6 00 (10) — firij Football Hiirhliirhts 

(1.1) — Wide World o( SporU 
8:30 (10) — Captain Gallant 

EVENINO 

(10) — All StM- WreatUn^ 
(13) — ^Pre-Olympio Show 
(10) — The Rebel 
(13) — Sea Hunt 
7:30 r .1) — Jaokie Gteaaon 
(10) — Projept 20 
( IS) — Hootcnanny 
8-30 ( 3) — The Defenders 
(13) — Lawrence Welk 
9:00 (10) — Saturday Nlrht at the Movlea 

(13> — Jerrv I.^wis 
0:.3O ( 3) — Phil Silvers 
10:00 ( 3) — Gunsmoke 

(13)— Fi»ht of the We* 
I*i48 ( 13) — Make That Sp«ra 
11:00 ( 3)— Newc 
(10) — Newa 
(13)— Kews 
11:10 ( 3) — Weather 
(10) — Weather 
11:18 ( 3) — Sports 
( 10) — Sports 
(13) — Theatre 13 
(10) — Bir MoTle 
11:30 ( 3) — All Nitht Moviea 

( 10) — Movie 

11:30 (13)— Bin Brady 

11:45 (13) — Theatre 13 

1:00 (10) — ^NeWB 

1:10 (If — ^Thourht For Today 

1:16 (13)— Sign Off 



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Famed Band Plays At Bow Creek 



SUNDAY 
MORNING 



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7:00 ( 8) — Sunrise Semester 
TiSO ( 3)- -Boio Comedy nieatr* 

(13) — Fiaher Family 
3:00 (13) — The CThristophera 
«t«l fl*» — Momtnr Worahl* 
3:30 (13) — Sacred Heart 

(13)— (?hUdren's Goapel 
3:00 ( 3) — ^Split Tmaw 

(10) — ^Mth For Toda» 
(13)— Blr Picture 
3:80 ( 3)— Thia la The Lift 
(10> — Herald of Troth 
(13) — Comedy Time 
10:00 ( 3) — Lamp Dnto My Feet 

CO) — Th*. T. The Anawer 
10:00 (13)— M Sanad 
10:30 ( 8) — Look Tp and Live 

(10)— Ltrtt Pntn My Path 
10:30 (13) — Brave Stallion 
11:00 ( 3) — Camera Three 
(10) — Church Servioe 
tl :00 ( 18) — Jerry Lewis Muse. Dl^t. Aasn. 
lltSO < 8) — honae of ^nrxiup 
(10) — Live and t«am 
(13) — ^Brave Stallion 

AFTERNOON 

18:00 ( 3) — Amateur Hour 

(10)— Topic 
(13) — Cowboy ft Tiirer 
12:30 ( 3) — ^Face The Nation 

(10) — All America Wanta to Know 

(13) — ^IMBCovery 
1:00 (3)— News ft Weather 
1:00 (lO) — Sunday Showcane 

(13) — Direotiona 64 
1:18 ( 3) — ^Bowllnr Tlpa 
1:30 ( 3) — Spotli|*t 6n Sporti 
1:30 {13)— Real Batat* 

(13)— Hollywood Showoaae 
1:48 ( 3) — NFL Footlwll Kltkoff 
2:00 ( 3) — NFL Football 
8:30 (1.3) — AF-L Foolbsill San Die(ro ft 

ITannaa City 
3:00 (10) — NBT News Encore 
3:80 (13)— AFL Football 
4:30 (10) — Top Star Bowlinr 

(18) — Ton Are There 
4:50 ( 3) — Football Sconrfraard 

(10) — Wild Klnirilnm 
8:00 ( 3) — Flyinir Fisherman 

(10) — ^Wild King-dom 
8:80 ( 3)— Probe 

(!(})— «-E Collere Bowl 

EVENING 

8:00 ( 3) — ^Twentieth Cwitury 

(10)— Meet The Preae 
3:30 ' 3) — Ml- Ed 

(13) — Saca of Western Man 
yif» t 8»_Ti«ai'«« 
7:30 ( 3)— My Favorite Martlui 

<im — wsH rM«n» 

(13)— Jamie M'-Pheetera 
8:00 f 3) — Ed Sullivan 

(13) — Jane Wymwi Presenta 
8:80 (10) — Grindl 

(18) — Arreat ft Trial 
9:00 ( 3) — Judy GarUnd 

(10) — Bon ansa 
••w» I «) — Triift Theatre 
10:00 ( 3) — That Was The Week That 
Was 

(10) — ^Beat On Record 

( 13) — Laurha For Sale 
10:30 ( 3) — Whst's Mv Line 

(13) — Sunday Niirht Movie 
11:00 ' .I) — Harrr Ressoner 

(10) — ^Weekend News 

(18) — Harrr Doirirptte 
11:18 ( 3)— ChMfing Times 

(im — Wes«her 
11:15 ( 3) — Movie 

(18)— The.fre 1» 
11:80 ( 3) — Double Feature 

(10)— Blr MoTle 
12.00 (13) — Newa 
12 35 (18) — Biifn Off 

1:10 ( 10)— "Hiouglit For Today 




Sammy Kaye and his orchestra, one of tfie greatest of the big name bands, played for dancing 
at the Bow Creek Country Qub last week-end when the Tidewater Home Builders Association held 
its annual installation banquet. Installing office r was Congressman Thomas N. Downing. (Photo 
Craftsman, Inc.) 



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MONDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( 8) — Secret Storm 

(10) — ^The Match Game 

(13) — Tn»llms«ter 
4:25 (10)— WBC News 
4:30 ( 3) — Flyinp Doctor 

(10) — Make Room for Daddy 

(13) — niacoverv 
6:00 (13)— Mlckev Mouse Clnb 
3:00 ( 3) — News at Five— Ray Shouae 

(10) — Poopdeck Papny's Club Ahoy 
5:05 ( 3) — Dr. Whltehurat RepoHa 
6:10 ( 3) — Bronco 
5:30 (10) — Quick Draw McGraw 
6:00 (10)— Newa at Six , 
8:05 (13) — Harry Doreette 
6:10 ( 8) — Sports Roundup— Jeff Dane 
6:16 ( 3) — TV Reporter — LaVeme Wat- 
eon 

(IS) — Ron Cochrane 
6:86 ( 3) — ^Weatherman — Andy Roberta 
8:80 ( 8)— CBS Newa 

(10) — Huntley- Brinkley Beport 

(18) — ^Maverick 
7:00 ( 3)— Battle Une 

(10)— The Dctoetlvea 

(13)-^M«dle 
7:30 ( 3)— To Tell The Troth 

(10) — ^Monday Nirht at the Moviea 

(13) — Outer Llmlta 
8:00 ( 8) — I've Got A Secret 
8:30 ( 3) — Lucy 9hoy 

(13) — Wacon Train 
9:00 ( 3) — ^Danny Thomaa 

(18) — Whatever Happened To Roy- 
alty 
9:80 ( 3) — Andy Griffith 

(10)— 'Honywood S»ara 
10:00 ( ») — Ea«t Side/Wwt Side 

riO) — .tinr Alonr With Mitch 

(13) — leaking Point 

10:30 ( 3) — Stump The Stara 
(10) — Command Brieflnr 

11:00 ( 3) — nth Hour Final 

(13) — Elwen O'clock Roport 

(13) — News 
11:10 ( 3) — Weather 

(13) — BiU Brady 
11:18 ( 8)— Steve AUm Show 

(10)— W«ath«> 
11:80 <m — Sporta 
11:83 (18)— TbMtt« IS 
11:30 (10) — Toiirht Show 
11:40 (13)— Theatre 13 
1:90 (18)— M«B Ofl 




Four In Family In "Messiah" 



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TUESDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

'101 — The Match Game 

(13) — Trailmaster 
4;S5 (10) — ^NBC News 
4:30 ( 3) — Trails West 

(10)— Make Boom for Daddy 

( 13) — Discovery 
5:00 (13) — Mickey MoHf»e Club 
6:00 ( m — News at Five — Ray Shonse 

(10^ — ^Poopdeck Psppt'b Club Ahoy 
6:06 ( 3) — Dr. Whitehurst Reporta 
S:10 ( 3) — Follow The Sun 
5:30 (10) — ^Toiri Bear 
6:00 (10) — Newa at Six 
6:05 (13) — Harrr Docirptte 
6:10 ( 3) — Svorif Roundup 
6:15 ( .3) — TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
(C:25 ( 31 — Weatherman 
8:30 ( 31 — rB3 News 

(10)--Hi!ntlpy-Brinkley Report 

(13) — Maverick 
6:46 (10) — Huntle.v-Brinkley Report 
7:00 ( 3) — The Saint 

(10) — TJifleman 
7:30 (10) — Mr. Novak 

(13) — Combat 
8:00 ( 3) — Red Skelton Honr - 

(10) — Redleo 

(13) — MoHales Navy 
9:00 f 3) — Petticoat Junction 

( 10) — Richard Boone 

(13) — Greatest Show on Earth 
9:15 (13) — Movie 
9:30 ( 3)— Ja<k Benny 

(10) — Dirk Powell Theatre 

(13) — Untouchable!. 
10:00 < ■')l — Crsnry Moore Show 

(10) — Andy Williama 

(13) — Soviet Woman 
11:00 ( 3) — nth Hour Final 

(1.3) — ^Mnrphv Martin 
11:10 ( 3)— nth Hniir Weather 

(1,3) — Rill Brady 
11:18 ( 3)— Steve Allen Show 

(1«»-_w.",th<.i 
ll:2n (10) — Snorts 
11:35 (1.1) — Theatre 13 

11 40 n:il — Thp.ilre 13 
1:00 (13) — Siirn Off 



WEDNESDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm , 

(10) — The Match Game 

(131 — Trailnmster 
4:2B no) — NBC News 
4 SO ( 3)— Rescue 8 

n 01— Make Room for Daddy 

( 1 3) — Discovery 
5:00 (l.'O— Mi.'kcv Motise Clnb 
8:00 f 31 — News at Five 

(I01 — Poopdp'k Papnv's Clnb Ahoy 
5:05 ( 3>-^Dr. Whitchitrst Reports 
5:10 f 31 — Slonev Burke 
fl-30 riOt^Snper Car 
6:00 (1ft) — News at Six 
fid.') (l.'H — -Harrv Dopirctte 
OlO ( 3) — Snorts Roundup 
6:15 ( 3) — TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
8:25 ( 3) — Weatherman 
6:30 ( 31 — CBS News 

(in) — Hnnllpy-Brlnkley Report 

(13) — Maverick 
7:00 ( 31 — Blotrraphy 

(101 — Arihnr Smith Show 

( 1 .3 V — D'^ffTipt 
7:30 ( 3) — Chronicle 

(lOi — The Viririnisc 

(13) — 0«ie ft Harriet 
8:00 ( 3) — Public Scnriic Film 

(13) — ^Pstty Duke , 
8:30 ( 31 — Olvnis 

(13) — Pri'-e Is Rlirht 
9:00 ( 3) — Bevertr Hillbilliea 

(10) — Kspionairp 

(13) — Ben Casey 
9:.30 ( 3) — Dick Van Dyke Show 

(18) — nnr Man Hlrrpi. 
10:00 { 3) — Danny K.aye Show 

(10) — Eleventh Hour 

(131 — Channinir 
11:00 ( 31 — nth Honr Final 

(M) — ^Eleven OTlofk 

(13) — ^Murphy Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — nih Hour Weathw 

(13) — Bin Brady 
11:18 ( 3) — SWve Alien Show 

(10) — Weathw 

(IS) — Txwal Newa-Weathar-Sporti 
11-20 (10) — Sporta 
11 35 (13) — Theatre 13 

1:00 (13)— Sien Off 

1:00 (10) — ^Teen Talk 

1:.30 (10) — News) 

1:40 (10) — ^Tbootht For ToAv. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — When 
the choir of the First Preabyter- 
ian Church of Virginia Beach 
sings its fourth annual presenta- 
tion of the Christmas Section, 
Part I, of Handel's oratorio, 
"Messiah," a daughter, her father, 
and his niece will be among the 
soloists. 

Miss Jabkie White will sing the 
alto aria, "He Shall Feed His 
Flock Like a Shepherd," this will 
be followed by her cousin. Miss 
Patsy Hitchings singing the so- 
prano aria, "Come Unto Him." 

Not to be outdone by the fem- 
inine side of the White-Hitchings 
family, Mr. Joseph R. White, Jr., 
father of Jackie and uncle of 
Patsy, will be heard in the -baSs 
recitative "Thus Saith the Lord." 
and the aria, "But Who May 
Abide the Day of His Coming?" 

The White - Hitchings family 
group is but one of several family 
groups in the choir. Both Mr. and 
Mrs. A. Morgan Rucker, formerly 
of Petersburg, and their daughter, 
Carol, are members of the choir. 
Mr. Rucker will sing the second 
bass recitative, "For Behold, 
Darkness Shall Cover the Earth," 
and the aria "The People That 
Walked in Barkness." 

Mrs. Alice Cartwright, one of 
the alto soloists, will be heard in 
the recitative "Behold! A Vii:gin 
Shall Conceive" and aria, "O Thou 
That Tellest Good Tidings to 
Zion." Her son, Stephen Mans- 
field is a tenor in the choir. 

Other soloists to be heard in 







CIVIC CENTER 


ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE 


Dec. 


6 - 


- Young Democratic 


Dance 9-1 a.m. 


Dec. 


7- 


- Roller Skating 14 p.m. 


Dec. 


7- 


- Cabaret Teen 9-12 p.m. 


Dec. 


8- 


- The Messkdi, 5 p.m. 


(By J. 


W. Grandy) 


Dec. 


10 


— Prof^sional Wrestling 


8 


pm 




Dec. 


12 


— VA43 Party 8-1 a.m. 


Dec. 


13- 


— Roller Skating 14 p.m. 


Dec. 


13 


— Cabaret Teen 9-12 



p.m. 
Dec. 14 — Alpha Epsilon FrsAier- 

nity, 6-1 a.m. 
Dec. 15 — Roller Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. 20 — Delta Sigma Theta 

Dance, 9-1 a.m, 
Dec. 21 — Roller Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. 21 — Cabaret Teen ^12 p.m. 
Dec. 22 — Roller Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. 24 — Professional Wrestling 

8 p.m. 
Dec. 25 — Clos«3 for C%ristnws 
Dec. 26 — Roller Stalling 14 p.m. 
Dec. 26 — Rdter Skata^ 8-11 

pro- 
Dec. 27 — Roller StatiiM? 14 p.m. 
Dec. 27 — Mosi, Inc. Dance 9-1 

am. 
Dec. M — Rdler Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. M — Norf(to Fra»wfl Dir- 

ecrtofre 9-1 a.m. 
Dec. 29 — R<ffl«- Sk^ng 14 p.m. 
Dec. 30 — RoHer Stating 14 pjn. 
Dec. 30 — Rolla- Skating 8-11 

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Sunday's pei^ormance include 
Ann Bonney and Sue Glascock, 
sopranos, and R. Eugene Doyal, 
tenor. 

The public is cordially invited 
to attend this fourth annual per- 
formance of the Chirstmas Section 
of Handel's "Messiah" at the First 
Presbyterian Church Sunday af- 
ternoon, Dec. 8, at 5 p.m. in the 
church sanctuary. 

The oratorio is under the dir- 
ection of Irene A. Korte, and 
Frieda Vogan of Norfolk will 
serve as organist 

Wayne Stars 
In NBC Film 

John Wayne stars as Comman- 
der Frank "Spig" Wead and Mau- 
reen O'Hara co-stars as his wife 
in "The Wings of Eagles," the 
life story of the rugged pioneer 
who fought to develop the U. S. 
Navy's air power, on NBC-TV's 
"Monday Night at the Movies" 
Monday, Dec. 9 in color <7:30- 
9:30 p.m. EST). Dan Dailey also 
stars in the MGiM, 1957 release, 
which vfss directed by John Ford. 

Through a series of ^>ectacu- 
lar air achievements, "Spig" 
Wead helps marshal public sup- 
port for Congressiond appropri- 
ations to build up a powerful 
Navy Air Force. Appointed skip- 
per of a fighting squadron, Wead 
suffers a crippling spinal injury. 
But throu^ detennination and 
the encouragement of Navy mech- 
anic Carson (Dailey), Wead learns 
to walk again. After Peari Har- 
bor, Wead is sent to the Pacific, 
where he sees his air strategy de- 
feat the Japanese navy at Kwa- 
jalein. 

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Heart Group Trains Hospital 
Staff In New Heart-Lung 
Life Saving Tecliniques 



VmCIfWA MIAOH 



inembers and nur^g of the Vir 
^nia Beach Hospital were trained 
Friday in new techniques for re- 
stfflrtng life after symptoms show 
that a patient has died suddenly. 

The training session was held 
at the Rescue Squad building at 
2(tth and Arctic Ave under the 
direction of the newly created 
Cardio ■ Pulmonary Resuscitation 
Committee of the Tidewater 
Heart Association. 

New closed-chest heart-lung 
resuscitation techinques, develop- 
ed •three years ago by Dr. James 
R. Jude and a team at Johns Hop- 
kins University Hospital, can be 
used not only to get a patient 
breathing again, but to revive his 
heartbeat once it has stopped. If 
applied immediately, the method 
can save a life even though all 
symptoms indicate that death has 
occured. 

The system has been success- 
fully used by rescue workers in 
cases of accidental drowning, 
electrocution and suffocation but 



Staff Pressure is applied to the chest at DePaul, Norfolk General, 



to revive the heartb«it while, at 
the same time, mouth^to-mouth re- 
suscitation restores breathing. 

Doctors, nurses and reseat 
squad workere practiced the me- 
thod at Friday's session on life- 
size manikins specially adapted 
for the new method. 

Similar sessions will be set up 

Farm Classes 
Being Given 

PRINCESS ANNE — Adult 
class in Farm Managanent will 
start at Kellam High School Thurs- 
day, December 12, at 7:30 pjn. 
The Farm Shop will be the meet- 
ing place and is located on the 
Southeast side of the Scho<d near 
the back. 

There is no charge for these 
classes. They will be taught by 
Blair Myers, Vocational Agricul- 
ture Teacher, . Richard E. Cock 



King's Daughters, Leigh Memor- 
ial, Community and Municipal 
Hospitals in Norfolk; Maryview 
and Portsmouth General in Ports- 
mouth; Obici in Suffolk and 
Southampton Memorial. 

Dr. Crosby explained that as 
physicians, medical students, nur- 
ses and nursing students are 
reached, training will expand to 
the industrial and private organi- 
zations that have filed numerous 
reque^. 

Simultaneous work will con- 
tinue among rescue, fire and po- 
lice personnel. More than 100 
such emergency workers have al- 
ready received individual in- 
struction. 

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Sixteen physicians have volun- 
teered to work in groups of three 
to present the classes. Or. Cro^y 
said the committee hopes to get 
assistance or additional doctors as 
the program gains momentum. 




Dr. Robert Robertson, left, public education chairman of the Tidewater Heart Association, 
and Capt. Marvin Hines of the Virginia Beach R2scue Squad, demonstrate new method on a special 
resuscitation manikin. (Baldwin photo) 



Dr. Albert V. Crosby, chairman; roll, City A|p4culture Agent and 
of tbe local committee, points out i Homer Le Baron, Virginia Truck 



th«t hospitals are as vulnerable 
to "sudden death" as the street, 
or the home. 

Cardiac resuscitation has been 
used on the operating table 
where the chest could be opened 
Uifl the heart massaged directly, 
aaording to Dr. Crosby. 

**But Hidden death if ahe i 
prabMm in -delivery, -"JWWWy, 
emergency rooms and elKwhere," 
he continued. "It can occur for 



Experiment Station. Other spec- 
ialista will assist with advice and 
council. 

Myers will teach Thursday 
night on Contracts and Leases aa- 
si^ed in the discus^on period by 
Stanley A. PhllUps, Assistant City 
Altomey for the City of Virginia 



many reasons such as Mood loss, I Farm Business; Jan. 23, A Farm 
dye injections, sensitivity to Needs a Budget; Feb. 8, Simply- 
drug injection and asphyxia." I fying Farm Work; Feb. 13, Keep- 

The new method can be be^n ! ing Records; Feb. 27, Balancing 
instantly anywhere. i the Farm Business; Mar. 12, Pow- 

"The only equipment needed is ' er machines for Profit; Mar. 19, 



knowledge, a mouth, a pair of 
hands and the desire to save a 
life," he said 



CORRECTION 

The finst meeting of the Par- 
ents League of Virginia Beach 
High School will be held Wednes- 
day evening, Decemlber 11, at 8 
p.m., in the school auditorium. 
It was NOT HELD last Wednes- 
day as incorrectly reported in the 
Dec. 3 issue of the Sun-News. 

The Sun-News regrets this er- 
ror. 

Aft interested pa ren t s ar e en- 
couniged to attend the first meet- 
ing to form a league whose aims 
are to gain better academic and 
scholastic facilities for the stu- 
dents; to work in harmony with 
the school administration for the 
betterment of the education at 
the school; and to assist the ad- 
ministration in sponsoring appro- 
ca^; and Mar. 26, (Efficiency injpriate social and extra curricular 
Management and Production. I activities for the school body. 



TMtaUve datM and ftqries ^ 
tlw class are: Dec. 12, Contracts 
and Leases; Jan. 9, Planning the 



Controlling Weeds with Chemi- 



Recitai Set At Dey Scliool 



The second concert, on Wednes 



GREAT NEOK — The Music | ingston-Evans, 
Department of John B. Dey 

School will present two separate , , „, u i« ^ « ^,^ 

concerts of Christmas muS on f 5^ December 18 at 8 p^n^ mil 
December 17 and 18 in the school I f,^^"^ *« ^ ^^^f ^^g^th Grade 

Girls Chorus. A concert of 




Mrs. Avett (left) and Mrs. Mallory present Bell with an American National Red Cross award 
for saving the life of a traffic victim. (Boice Photo) 

SECOND AWARD MADE TO 
W. D. BELL FOR HEROIC DEED 



VIRGINIA BEAOH — William 
D. Bell has received his second 
citation for siving the life of a 
awtorcycllst in a traffic accident 
last July. 

The latest award was presented 
by the Virginia Beach Chapter of 
the American Red Cross in "grate- 
ful recognition of distinguished 
servlM to humanity for c^iick 
thmkii^ in rendering First Aid 
wUch saved the life of an acci- 
dent victan." 

The laesentation was made by 
Mrs. Frank Avett, firat aid chair- 
man, and Mrs. Stuart C. Malloiy, 
executive director. 



Bell is credited with saving the 
life of Boatswains Mate 3rd Class 
Raymond W. Heim, Oceana Naval 
Air Station, when his motorcycle 
collided with a truck July 20. 

Heim's leg was nearly severed 
from his body in the accident and 
Bell stopped the flow of blood by 
improvising a tourniquet with his 
belt. 

Heim's leg was later amputated 
and he was fitted for an artificial 
linrt) at the US. Naval Hospital in 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

At tiie time of the accident a 
spokeman for the Vkgima Beach 
Kesaie Squad said a pasieity un- 



doubtedly saved the Navy man's 
life by applying the tourniquet. 
This passerby was later identified 
at Bell. 

The identification was made 
{Niblic when W. A. AtWns, com- 
mamMng officer of Utility Squad- 
ron Four at Oceana, sent Bell his 
first citation, a letter of commen- 
dation praising him for his quick 
action. 

Hehn \wis a part-time employe 
of Brinkley's Shell Station at 
Holly and iLaskin Roads and was 
<m his way to work when the acci- 
dent occiUTed. 



cafetorium. Both concerts are un- 
der the direction of Mrs. Irene A. 
K^te, vocal music instructor. 

The firat concert, on Tuesday, 
December 17, 8 p.m. will feature 
the §0 ^ce wlected chorus from 
the 6th and 7th gradeis. Although 
the program wiH be presented in 
connection with the December 
PTA meeting, the public is cor- 
dially invited to attend. A high- 
li^t of this concert will 1)e tte 
premiere performance of "Sleep, 
Gentle Babe," by the Virginia 
Beach composer, Floyd Barnes. 

Seventh grades (5eorge Stock- 
ton will be the soloist in the com- 
bined chorus presentation of this 
new composition. 

Other works to be heard in- 
dude the well known "Gesu 
Bambino" and a modem version 
of "Jingle Bells" titled "Rock and 
Ro-well No-well" sung by the 
Sixth Grade Chorus. The Seventh 
Grade Chorus will present Mere- 
dith Willson's "It's Beginning to 
Look a Lot Like Christmas" and 
"'Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Rein- 
deer." 

In addition "to Mr. Barnes' com- 
position, the combined choruses 
will sing John Jacob Niles' beauti- 
ful setting of the Appalachian 
carol, "Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your 
Head" and "SUver Bells" by Liv- 



Santa To Visit 
P.A.C.C. Tiiurs. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Santa 
Claus will make his annual visit 
to the Princess Anne Country 
Club Thursday at 5:45 p.m. 

Each (Mid attending the festi- 
vities is asked to bring a gift for 
a less fortunate boy or girl. 
These gifts will be sent to the Joy 
Fund. - 

A special children's menu will 
be served and participants will 
enjoy group carol singing after 
dinner. 

For adult members, the club 
has a big New Year's Eve party 
on the agenda. Cocktails will 
start at 7 p.m. and dinner will be 
^rved from 8 to 10 p.m. A buffet 
breakfast will be available from 
1 to 2 a.m. 

Member couples may invite one 
guest couple and tables will be 
set up for 10 or less. This will be 
a black tie affair. 

Willard Ashbum Jr. was re- 
cently named chairman of the 
new entertainment committee. 
Serving with him are Mrs. Dudley 
Cocke, Mn. Ned Langhome, Mrs. 
Andrae Hodgson, Mrs. A. T. Tay- 
lor, T. J. White and Robert Wain- 
wri^t 



Christmas carols, popular Christ- 
mas songs and winter-time music 
will be presented. 

Martha Korte and Sydney 
Stockton will sing a duet, "O 
Leave Your Sheep," and a «mril 
emsemtdft eonsisting of Beta^ 
Brown, Rhonda Butler, Vicky 
Green, Charlene Norman, Donna 
Paulsen, Frances Skinner, Martha 
J. Smith, Lynn Robertson and 
Cindy Thompson will sing "The 
Manger Carol." 

Christmas carols sd^uled to 
be sung by this three^part chorus 
include; "Jesus in the Manger," 
(Polish) " Come, Come, Em- 
manuel," (12th century) "Let Our 
Gladness Know No End" (Bohem- 
ian) "As Lately We Watched," 
(Austrian) and two French noels, 
"Whence Comes This Rush of 
Wings?" and "Angels We Have 
Heard on High," all of which are 
arranged by Florence Martin. 

The chorus will sing a medley 
of songs from Victor Heibert's 
operetta "Babes in Toyland" ar- 
ranged by Lewis and Piatt. Solo- 
ists in this number will include 
Rhonfda Butler, Martha Bonwell, 
Thia Garret, Loralee Ernest, Syd- 
ney Stockton, and Martha Korte. 

The concert will conclude with 
a spirited version of the ever-pop- 
ular "Sleigh Ride" by Leroy An- 
derson. 

The public is cordially invited 
to attend both evenings of con- 
certs. John B. Dey School is lo- 
cated on Great Neck Road immed- 
iately adjacent to Cox High 
School. 



Kempsviiie Man 
Traffic Victim 

CHINESE CORNER — A 
Kempsviiie man was killed Sun- 
day night as he walked with three 
companions along Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 

Police identified the victim as 
Ellery Poole, 37, who lived and 
worked on the C. C. Hudgins 
farm in KempsviHe. 

The men were walking along 
the feeder road on the south side 
of the boulevard near Chinese 
Comer when Poole was struck 
by a car driven by Clement W. 
Perhealth, 21, of Bennetsville, 
S.C, accoi^ing to Capt. R. H. 
Stone of Virgfaiia Beach Police. 

Stone said the accident oc- 
curred about 11:24 p.m. Poole 
was dead on arrival at DePaul 
Hospital, he said. 

Perhealth has been 
with reckless driving and 



Civic Cliorus 
Featured In 
Yule Sing 



VIRGINIA BEACH -, The Vir- 
ginia Beach Civic Chorus will be 
featured in an "Old Fashioned 
Christmas Sing" Wednesday at 
the Cavalier Hotel at 8:15 p.n. 

The event will be sponsored by 
the Cavalier Club, Inc. and the 
Virginia Beach Art Association. 

It will be held in the Sir W^ter 
Lounge on the hotel's main floor 
and is open to all Cavalier Club 
members and their guests. 

The club also has a full Kihed- 
ule of festivities for Christmas 
week starting with a sing-a-long" 
in the Hunt Room Dec. 23 from 
8 to 10 p.m. 

Dinner will be served in the 
Pocahontas Dining Room on 
Christmas Day continuously from 
12:30 to 8:30 p.m. All the tradi- 
tional dishes with lots of extra 
trimmings will be on the menu. 

After dinner John Derieux will 
furnish music for dancing in the 
Hunt Room from 9:30 p.m. to 
12:30 a.m. 

An oyster roast will be held in 
the Sunken Garden (weather per- 
mitting) on Friday, Dec. 27. A 
free movie will be shown in the 
Virginia-Colonial Room at 9 p.m. 
The movie will be "Operation 
Madball," starring Jack Lemmon 
and the late Ernie Kovac^. 

A Holiday Ball will be held in 
the ballroom Saturday, Dec. 28 
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. A special 
floor show will feature 'The Mys- 
terious Two" at 10:30 p.m. 

The Hunt Room will be the lo- 
cation of a Tea Dance Sunday, 
Dec. 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. 

A gala New Year's party is 
scheduled for Dec. 31 starting at 
10 a.m. Breakfast will be served 
at 2 a.m. Advance reservations 
must be made by calling Mrs. 
Richards, 428-6611. 



Realty Firm 
Conduct Classes 

NORFX>LK — Goodman-Segar- 
Hogan will launch a series of real 
estate courses Dec. 27 to pre- 
pare prospective salesmen for the 
state board exams. 

The courses will be conducted 
by Attorney Sam D. Eggleston, as- 
sociate of the law firm of Worth- 
ington. White & Harper. 



COUNCIL FAILS TO 
RAISE COST OF 
AUTOMOBILE TAGS 



VIRGINTA BEACH — City 
Council declined to take action 
Monday on a request by City Man- 
ager W. Russell Hatchett to raise 
the cost of city automobile tags. 

Hatehett, who is currently stud- 
ying the needs for next year's 
budget, told council that more 
revenue would be needed to meet 
rising costs in road improve- 
ments and maintenance. 

He requested council to pass 
on first reading an ordinance to 
make the cost of city tags the 
same as State plates. 

Ordinances must be passed on 
two separate readings by council 
before they become law. Since 
council will only meet once more 
before tags go on sale in January 
the request appears to have been 
defeated. 

Hatchett said it was "neither a 
pleasure nor k privilege" to ask 
for an increased tax. "1 feel it's 
a necessity," he said . 

He said that safety improve- 
ments to roads and highways in 
the city were costing more money 
and cited recent work done on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, -% 



VEPCO Local 
Tax $246,412 



"Our city and the city of Nor- 
folk are making studies of the 
boulevard to make it safer ami 
eliminate the dangers there," he 
said. "If tte city is going to nwve 
ahead it will need funds for th&m 
improvements." 

City treasurer V. A. EtherMfe 
took issue with the need for the 
increased tax. "The present bud- 
get will carry us through to 
June," he said. "From the infor- 
mation I have revenues for tlw! 
fiscal year will exceed expect*- 
tations." 

"I think it would be wrong in 
principal to raise the cost now. A 
tax shoudnt be imposed on the 
people in order to build a sur- 
plus," he added. 

Etheridge said such an increase 
might be needed in the 1964-05 
budget "but not now." 

Council voted unanimoudy to 
table the request. 
ettYPJOs: z,riatUo dch:(aw ^ . 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Virginia 
Electric and Power Company paid 
its personal property tax Tlmrs- 
day; a whopping $246,412. The 
check was presented to City Trea- 
surer V. A. Etheridge by Vepco's 
Virginia Beach manager, J. R. 
Haden. 

Vepco also presented checks last 
week to other city and county 
treasurers in its Norfolk District 
in payment of real estete and per- 
sonal property taxes. The pay- 
ments totalled $1,637,095. 

The largest check, of $607,453, 
went to Chesapeake City Treasur- 
er N. D. Flora. Payment to the 
City of Norfolk amounted to 
$122,693. 

Other cities and counties re- 
ceiving checks included: Ports- 
mouth, $19,593; Suffolk, $12,052; 
Nansemond County, $76,122; Isle 
of Wight, $29,057; and Southanp- 
ton, $23,058. 

Vepco's total real estate and 
personal property tax bill for all 
cties and counties in Virginia in 
which the Company operates, to- 
tals $7,200,000 for 1963 as com- 
pared with $6,500,000 in 1962. 

In addition, Vepco also paid 
state taxes of $6,178,443 earlier 



Area Groujf 
ToWleetHere 

VIRGINIA M:ACH — The 
Hampton Roads Committee on 
Areawide Cooperation will meet 
at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the 
Americana Motor Lodge to ds- 
cuss the area's legislative interests 
for tlw 1964 G^ei^ J^^mjfi^ 
session. "^' " 'H " '- 

Chairman Toy D. Si^ge Jr. 
of Norfolk said another meeting 
of the "metro" committee wouki 
be held early in January with 
legislators from the six citi^ 
which are members of the ctwa*- 
mittee. 

The idea behind the scjuiw 
is to get united support for taam 
proposed legislative items w^ii 
all six city councils in the ana 
feel should be passed. 

Members of the committee wa 
Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, 
Virginia Beach, Newport News 
and Hampton. 



Mrs. Ray Named 
Committee Member 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Mary B. Ray of Virginia Beach, 
a meniber of the local School 
Board, has been named to the 
Legislative Committee of the Vir- 
ginia School Board Association. 

The appointment was made re- 



.„ ., ,. ... . , , I cently by (President Herbert J. 

m the year. Vepco is the state s I rajnden 

largest corporate taxpayer. " 



I They will be given in six 2-hour 
charged sessions to be held from 7:30 to 
man- 9:30 p.m. at the Goodma»&^r- 
slaughter. He is scheduled to ap- j Hogan offices at 4139 Grai^^y 
p«ff in court Dec. ^. I Street, Norfolk. 




Haden presents check for $246,412 to City Treasurer 
EAeridge. (&Udwin photo) 



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Mr. and Mrs. Ted R. Burnett 
of Bradford Acres, Virginia 
B^ch, announce the isiilta of 
their third chil4 • (Jaughter, 
AAgela Vaughn, tm Nov. $1 in 
DcPaul Hospital. Mrs. ^rnett is 
the former Miss Marie Scaitor- 
ough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
J. N. Scarborough of Baylake 
Pines, Virginia Beach. Mr. Burnett 
is tiie K>n of Mr. and Mra. Charter 
M. Burnett of Stdla, Mo. 

Capt. Maurice Julian Wbeelet 
Jr., USAF. and Mrs. Wheeler of 
Roswell, N.M., announce the birth 
of their first child, a daughter, 
Cheryl Lynn, on |>ec. 1 in Walker 
-4ir Force Base Hospital in Ros- 
weU. Mrs. Wheeter is Uk former 
Miss Renee Skinner, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sunner of 
BaysWe, Virginia Beach. Capt. 
Wheeler is the son of Mrs. James 
Brown of Norfolk and Maurice 
Julian Wheeler of Bayside. 



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ROBBINS — DIXON 

W^^V^IA BEACH -^ TlM mmt- 
riage of Miss Carola AnM Robblm 
and Anthony Wiqme Qteon took 
pl«;e Nov. 30 at 3 p.«. in Oli 
Donation Bpisc»pid Ctevek. Ike 
Rev. Beverley D. Tucker, rector 
of the church, peiformed lh« 
ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mrs. G«)rge WilUam iloMUas Jfcr. 
of Bayude and the late Mr. Ro^ 
bins- The bridegroom is tbe soa 
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph HUtoa 
Dixon Sr. of ClKsapeake. 

Given in marria^ by her Im- 
ther. G^ir^ Wiffiam BolAitaa ffi, 
the lNri<te had as hex matnn «f 
honor, her siater, Mrs. DraiM 
James Beatty of Thorou^igoed. 
Bridesmaid was Miss Lii^ Cmde 
Dixon of CiMsapeake, sister of 
the bridegroom. 

Victor Allen Skinner oi Wadh 
ington, D.C., was best man. 
Groomsooen were Charges Lm 
RoMttins, hrot^T of the luide, 
Ralph Hilton Dixon Jr. and Joti 
Kern Dixon, brothers id ib» 



_ a reeepiiaB i& Ihe 
hoiM ol V» lunde^ the &Mxpki left 
for a ani^bem ««4#iig trif^ \}pm 
thim ra^m tkey iriB Uva al S4» 
l^ofe Dfi^a, (^ 16. 

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JOHNS — LtMDftiRe 

mmPOUi — TlK mxtna^ of 
Miss Sandn Lee Johns and Li 
(}.g.) I^ibert Biuley lAUHttieii 
took piaoe Nov. 30 at 4 p.m. in 
First Methodist Church. The Rev. 
Dr. C. Fred Willams perfcvmed 
the ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Johns. The 
bri^groom's parents are Mr. and 
Mrs. Harold Gordon Lundenberg 
of Summit, N J. 

The bride was given in mar- 
riage by her father. Mrs. Edward 




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S. McGinley was matron of hour. 
Bridesmaids itrare Miss Helen 
Wenia of mrwkdi. Mn. FMlp O. 
Des ifaris of Altenia, G%^ Mrs. 
Darryl Maune(f (rf Ri&moa4 Mrs. 
W^me M(^er and Mm LMiis 
Tftutmann. Robin Marable was 
Chtwer ^1. 

Kltterage Coddlngton of Mur- 
ray Hill, N.J., was best man. 
Qtwrnm^m were Carl S<falich of 
Loxley, Ah.; Roger BrocAs of 
Bingharoton. N.Y.; David Schropp 
Ol NMlmiHA IMtf^ N^.; 
^ve Ourrant of Salt LAe City. 
Utah; ud Thomas K«uie<fy of 

m^mm, N.Y. 

A reeeptim was held in Uie 
church socud hall. Later, the cmi- 
plc left for a wedding trip to 
New YoA City. 'Riey will Ijhit at 
114 76th St., Apt. W, Virginia 
Beach. 



NiWMAN — SPRUILI. 

IiYiaWAV!EN — Lyanhaven 
Cfdony Vntt^l Oiurch <^ Clurst 
was te selUi^ Nov. m at 3:30 
p.nL j^ the marriage oi Miss 
Altee Jo Newman and Wil^un 
HwwKl Spruill. The Rev. SasHiel 
Nelson perfonned the ^remony. 

The tffide is the (faotghter of 
Mr. and Ifaa. U^t WilUui Itew- 
ooB. Ihe hrid^reom is ttie son 
of Mrs. Irma Celest Baitey and 
the late William Elwood Spruill. 

The hrkte ins ^ven in mar- 
riage by her fiidher. Miss Jane 
Al^ Newman was n^d of honor 
and only i^tendaaA. 

John Lynnwood BpmSi was 
best man. GrooinsBien were Mau- 
rice T. HiB of Norfolk and Jo- 
seph Edward Finley. 

A reception was held in the 
church social hall. 



MATTHEWS — MAHON 

VffilGlNIA BEACH — The mar- 
riage of Miss Frances Margaret 
Matthews and John Sheridan 
Mahon Jr. took place Nov. 30 at 
11 a.m. in St. Mat^ws Catholic 
Cbuit^h with a uiptial mass. The 
Rev. Harris M. FindU^, |»;^r of 
the church, officiated at the cere- 
mony. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Matthews 
of Norfolk. The bridegroom is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. 
Mahon of Viiginki Beach. 

Mr. Matthews gave his d^gh- 
ter in nmrriage. Miss Cecelia A. 
Venuto was the bride's maid of 
honcH*. Brideanaids were Mra. 
Robert Hood and Mrs. Robert E. 
Matthews, both of Norfolk. 

John S. Mahon was his son's 
best man. 



GARNER — HARRISON 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. and 
Mrs. William Henry Ganwr of 
Bayside announce the engage- 
ment of their daughter, Miss Les- 
lie Anne Gamer, to John Roy 
Harrison 'HI. 

Mr. Harrison is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Roy Harrison Jr. 
of Thalia. 

Both Miss Gamer and Mr. Ikr- 
rison gra(hiated from Princes 
Anne 'High School. Mi^ Gamer 
attended Mary Washington Col- 
lege and is attendii^ Old Domin- 
ion College. Mr. Harrison attend- 
ed Old Dominion College and is 
serving with the United States 
Air Corps in Adana, Turkey. 

The wedding will take place 
Dec. 14 in Old Donation Episco- 
pal Church. 



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Local Girls 
Make Debut 

V»GINIA BEACH ^ mm V»- 
gi«ll Beach or li^jp-cowwcted 
gja^ «ere fKsmled to HorMk 
Nciety In tM^9Wh detxitante bi^ 
of the Norfolk German Club. 

The^ include: 

Miss inizabeth !Beck Welton, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Franklin Welton HI of Vtrgtnla 
Beach. She was presented by her 
father and had as her escort, 
Charles £dwin Russell Jr. 

Miss Anne S^npoon Blade, 
daughter of Air. and Mrs. Allen 
Philip Bla<te of Durham, N.C, 
and granddaughter of Mrs. John 
M. Baldwin of Virginia Beach, 
and the late Mr. Baldwin. She iras 
presented by her father. Her es- 
cort was Stuart Lane Baldwin. 

Miss Lucelia Van I^tten White, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Joseph White of Virginia Beach. 
Presented by her fother, she had 
as her escort, Iain A. Fraser. 

Miss Nancy Lee Butler, daugh- 
ter of Mrs. ESiz^eth Johnson But- 
ler of Virginia Beach and the late 
Cmdr. ilot>ert Pershing Fries, 
USN, and granddaughter of Mrs. 
John Elmer Johnson of Virginia 
Beach and ^e Me Mr. Johnson. 
She was presented by Dr. Hoyal T. 
Somei^. Escorting her was Lsurd 
Chadwick Moore. 

Miss Mary Elizalwth Grant, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 
Benton Grant Jr. of Greenwich. 
Conn. She was presented by her 
great -uncle, • Edmund Sumter 
Ruffin Jr. of Virginia Beach and 
had as her escort, IRichard Willing 
Byrd Ruffin II. 

Miss Elizabeth Carol Donahoe, 
daughter of Cmdr. On»r John 
Donahoe, USN, <ret.) and Mrs. 
Donahoe of Virginia Beach. She 
was presented by her fath^ and 
escorted by Hugh Kelliher Wood. 

Msa Ame lee Warren, daugh- 
ter of Mr. aiK! Mra. iHarry Innes 
Warren of Ruxton, Md., and 
granddaughter of the late Mr. 
and Mrs. Louis R Windholz of 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach. She 
was presented by her father and 
had as her escort, J. iFrank 
George HI. 

Miss Katharine Waring MiUer, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 
Roland Mfller Jr. of Great Neck 
Point, Virginia Beach, (ftewnted 
by her father, her escort was her 
brother, William Roland Miller m. 

Miss Marjorie -Wing Todd, 
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James 
Wallace Todd ot Virginia Be«^ 
and Eustis, FU. She was present- 
ed by her father and had as her 
escort, Edward M. Holland. 

Miss McKinney Is 
li CoUefe Cherts 

RALEIGH, N.C.— Miss Mary 
Lyon McKinney, daughter of Mrs. 
Celia L. McKinney of Linlier, Vir- 
ginia Beach, has been chooen as 
a m^Bber of the Mereditt C(^ 
le^ Okimis. 

The chorus will bold its 6Stii 
annual Ouii^nuis Cm^Sx^^ Con- 
ceit on Sunday, Dec. lUI, at 4 p.m., 
in tl^ college chapel; aiui the pub- 
lic is invited to 1^ it 

CbrbtmaJ holidays wil a^ptm at 
Mefe(Uth at 1 pjn., on iDee. 20. 

Ken^fie Cm^ 
GiTu Ftfti^ 

KUffSVSJLE ^ Mr. and Mrs. 

Themas A. Ferlauto prttftiiMiii 
Satardi^ at a farew^ party m 
iitm hfimt, Candaae l^urew m 
hoBor (rf (Mr. and Hn. lii^Ael 
lannotti. 

Mr. and Mrs. bnnoti are leav- 
ing Dec. 10 for Catania, Italy, 
when Mr. lanotti is am^asd Uit 
duty at Sigw»relU Air F(m% Base 
for three yeara. 



Hostess Welcomes New Wagm 




A. J. "Red" Lemon, sales manager for Clark Qwvrcd^, pre- 
sents Welcome Wagon Hostess Mrs. Howard Hendrcm with keys 
to a new 1964 Chevelle station wagon. The car will be us^ icg 
Welcome Wagon visits, courtesy of Clark -Ghevrolet. 

(Baldwin j^oto) 

DO IT YOURSELF SIFT 
IDEA IS GOOD SENSE 



IrKJividually De5i|necl 




reoni In iK»ie«, «^^ diopi, 
these Tndivklually Designed 1^19- 
leuin Floors confer so^ut, color- 
aeoMiU dist&cttoa fiUA M* 
a4>^ floor tnMneat cao natdlL, 
CoK!% motife-^"Ourwtor!* ia a 
word— that give long-lived servke. 
>t moi&*lit fltit-«a^ Ifay «« 
gh« yeo aa Mtealt? 

XC Lgw £r Son 

un CM^ N» MA %*tm 

Wc; oceate noon ^ <U^y0ii^ 



LitQe ^Is and dolls just nahtr- 
ally go together at Christmas time 
... and even little boys take to 
whimsical cteracter doUs like 
sailors or clowns. 

For the youngster on your gift 
list, ihe Natiofial Cotton CouzK:il 
suggests a trio of lovable (buffed 
doUs. They're easy to make ami 
will give you tots of sewing Am. 

All three can be made from the 
same basU: paEtem designed by 
Singer sewing experts and so 
simple that you can draw your 
own on brown paper. The doSs 
measia« 20 iiKhes in height and 
can be stuffed with c(^b bst- 
ting. 

To make a basic pattern, inm 
the head and i>ody in <»ie pi^e 
measuring 11 iiu^hes in over-all 
length and five iiwhes in width. 
Add one-l^f inch seam allow- 
ance. Ilien draw separate patterns 
for arms and legs, maldi^ the 
arms five inches long and tlw 
le^ 10 inches. Again, add wie- 
half inch seam allowance. 

Use white ccMiton satin for the 
body, cuttli^ front and back sec- 
tk>ns from same {»ttaii. Stitch 
around ams on three sides, turn, 
and stuff with batting, ^tch in 
postkm to front sakle of doll's 
body at seun Mm. Make legs in 
same manner and atti^ to front 
of body. 

Iben sew f roiA and back sec- 
tmns al twdy tc^ftbe*, leavii^ an 
openii^ on one aide tuder ^ 
sum for stuttmg. S^p^titeh open- 
ii^ . 

With 3mv baaie doHs sttk^ed 
ai^ i|lwllMi,.y<Hi eui now cruto 
dtf ferMi ^ypcs h^ i^sying tbttr 
eaitaBes. hair-dos, and laeial 
im^s^. And tin kt wtere ttie 
fta c<MW in . . . a^^ y«ur iaa%- 
kittg« te give «tcb deU a dMiii^ 
p^aoiuUty. 

Here are three peatf^ luna- 
tions: 

Make a true tntor kd by 
fashumi^ a naftrtic^ suit wiUi 
bell'bo^n trM^jMn from ta^ 
bltw cotto^ Uiam. Vor lus sea- 
ling pidlover. Kw n^Tow r«l 
imd white riiytran in stripes on the 
nauti(»l dkkey and use red itiv 
bon to trim the saikNT coiOar. Add 
V-^aped stripes on his left 
sl^ve, setting your sewii^ mach- 



ine for a wide ntia t^ich. Use 
red thread f ot two of the stripes, 
and wWte for the one in the cen- 
ter. ^Jape a French-type salor 
oap from bhie i^ric, and finish 
it off with a red pompom wWch 
you can mip from cotton bs^ 
frii^. 

For a loveaWe little girl (ton, 
outfit her in a fiord-printed dress, 
lace-trinuned pwjtalets, and a 
saucy oap. Make a simple steeve> 
l^s drea by gatherii^ fabric at 
neckline and edging wkh lace. 
4(M ribbui ties at fo^ck to make 
it easy for young mothers to dress 
aid undress the doll. Use sdid- 
<»lored cotton batiste for dainty, 
laoe^trunmed pantalets and run a 
narrow elastic band tbrough the 
tpp h«n. Crowi dolly's he^i with 
blight yeUow ta^ds, made by 
ptaitittg seven strands of cotton 
yam. The m^^sy cap is a simple 
circle of printed cobton dress 
fabric, edged with a Jaoe-bordered 
two-inch ruife of the soMkxjIot- 
ed pantalet fabric. 

Every chad loves a clown d<dl 
id his costume is one of the 
isiest to make. C}w)ose a brightly 
' polka <k>t cotkm enl ga- 
«t ankl», wrists, aaid neek. 
A gatiiered ruffle in coi^Mttag 
tehric shapes a face-franu^ ed- 
]pr, and red pomframi Irim bis 
oap. 



To make facial fei^irvs and 
#>es fOT each <rf tte doito. use 
Qotton scraps from your sewii^ 
Mul and bandtack in ptaet. 

Civic Lame It 

wnasmxm — i^ Birci- 

weed Gantma Civic League will 
iV^Kx a *X:^Mstiias 'Dm(»" m 
Friday evening, December ISMi. 
at the Police Country Chib, lo- 
cated <Mi Bryan Road, {Gr»en- 
wkh Section) off ol Kemiwville 
Road (now renanwd ft-incess 
Anne Road) at the Norfolk South- 
era iRailroad Tr»;ks. 

Tickets can be purchased frmn 

any Civic League member. 







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CHRISTMAS IS BAKING 
TIME IN MOST HOMES 



Its time to "deck the halte" 
with holly and evergreen, get 
out ttie Christmas candles and 
ornaments, and bake a batch of 
butter cookies! Yes, the holiday 
sea«w is here, and every home- 
maker knows that's time for 
baking. Mmmm ... the tantalizii^ 
aromas that come from your kit- 
chen these days! Crisp ibuttw 
cookies are part of every holiday 
party and meal, so be sure to 
bake a lot of them. You'll want 
to pack a few dozen in airtight 
containers and send them, gaily 
wrapped, as Yuletide gifts. 

Some of the most delicious 
Christmas cookira originated in 
foreign lands and migrated to 
America generations ago. You'll 
enjoy adding these traditional 
favorites to your cooky collection. 

Spicy Pfeffernusse from Ger- 
nrany take their name from the 
white pepper that's used in tte 
recipe, but the predominant fla- 
vor is a luscious blend of brown 
sugar and butter, molasses and 
pecans. Roll the dough thin, cut 
it into bells, circles, or Christmas 
tree shapes, and decorate the 
cookies with plain or tinted con- 
fectioners icing. 

One butter cooky recipe can be 
used for two different varieties. 
As drop cookies, they're studded 
with currants, frosted with con- 
fectioners icing, and called Eng- 
lish Tea Cakes. Use the same 
fornwla without the currants, 
chill the dough overnight, and cut 
out rounds or stars. Cut centers 
from half the cookies before bak- 
ing, and add a teaspoon of jam 
or jelly before stacking them up, 
sandwich fashion. These are call- 
ed German Pastechen. 

For festive parties, serve a tray 

full of these crisp, crunehy but- 

— ' ter cookies with a brlthming toowl 

. of creamy eggnog. Bring out a 

plate full of cookies when friends 

drop in, and fill the cooky jar for 

Hf the children. Everybody loves 

Christmas cookies! 

With so many occasions for 
^ holiday food and fun, you'll find 
J yourself searching for new and 
different dessert ideas. Here's one 
, that's a variation of an old favor- 
. ite, Black Bottom Eggnog Pie. 
For those who have never samp- 
led one, black bottom is a layer 
of luscious chocolate, spread on 
a buttery gingersnap crumb crust. 
The gingery flavor blends beauti- 
fully \fith the creamy, delectable 
filling. 

Above the black bottom of this 
heavenly pie, there's a second 
layer that's usually a cu^ardy 
egg-and-milk combination. This 
time it's made with dairy eggnog, 
to carry out the holiday theme. 
Expert dairymen have done the 
work or' measuring and mixing, 
so this comme '^lally preparecf 
eggnog is a ceady-to-use blend of 
the finest milk and eggs. The 
same delightful flavor that makes 
the pie so tasteful also makes 
dairy eggnog the favorite bever- 
age this time of year, a traditional 
partner for festive foods. 

Top this two-layer Black Bot- 
tom Eggnog Pie with sweetened 
whipped cream and sprinkle it 
with shaved chocolate for the most 
delectable dessert treat of the 
holiday season. 

SPICY PFEFFERNUSSE 
Baking sheet 

Yield: 5-0 dozen 

Preheated 350°F. oven 
% cup butter 
% CUD firmly packed dark brown 

sugar 
% cup light molasses 1 
2 cups sifted flour 
3/8 teaspoon white pepper 
V4 teapsoon salt 
1/8 teaspoon baking soda 
% cup milk 

% cup finely chooped pecans 
In a mixing bowl cream butter; 
add brown sugar and molasses 
and beat until smooth. Sift flour, 
pepper, salt and baking soda to- 
gether. Blend half of dry ingred- 
ients into butter mixture. Stir in 
milk; add remaining dry ingred- 
ients and mix well. Blen^ in pe- 
cans. Chill dough overnieht or 
untU stiU. (Roll out on liffhtly 
floured board to 1/8-inch thick- 
ness; cut with cooky cutters. Place 
on ungreased baking sheet: bake 
, 10 minutes. Remove to cooling 
racks. Decorate with plain or tint- 
. ijed Confectioners Icing*. 
•% Liqht Pfeffomu«M 

Follow recioe for Spicy Pfeffer- 
nusse substituting % cup firmlv 
picked light brown sugar and ^ 
cut) li.ght com svruo for the dark 
brown sugar and molasses in the 
original recipe. Add 1/8 teaspcwn 
ground ginger with the dry in- 
gredients; bake and decorate as 
diracted. 



iNGLiSH TEA CAKES 

Baking A^ 
Yield; 3 dofen 

Iftreheated ^O'P. oven 
% mp (1 stick) butter 
% cup sifted confectionera sugar 
¥i teai^oon vanilla 

1 egg 

¥imp currants 
1% cups sifted flour 
% tea^won salt 

2 teaspoons baking {Kxvder 

In a mixing bowl cream butter 
and sugar; blend in vanilla. Add 
egg and beat until Ught and fluffy. 
Stir in currants. I^ift flour, salt 
and baking powder together; 
blend gradually into butter mix- 
ture. Form into balls the size of 
large marbles and place on un- 
greased baking sheet. Flatten 
slightly with the bottom of a 
glass or a rolling pin; bake 12-13 
minutes. Remove to cooling racks. 
While still warm, ice with Con- 
fectioners Icing*. J 

^Confactioncrc Icing 

l¥i cups sifted confectioners 

sugar 
1% tablespoons milk 
% teaspoon vanilla 
Food coloring, if desired 
Confine ingredients in mixing 
bowl; beat until smooth. Thit 
with food coloring, if desired. Use 
as directed to frost cookies or 
place in decorating tube and pip^ 
onto cookies as decoration. 
GEftMAN PASTETCHEN 

Baking sheet 

Yield: 2% dozen 

Preheated 325 °F. oven 
Prepare 1 recipe for English Tea 
Cakes, omitting the currants. 
Wrap and chill overnight. Roll 
out on a lightly floured board to 
1/8-inch thickness. With 2-inch 
cooky cutters cut out rounds or 
stars. Using a %-inch round coo- 
ky cutter, cut centers from half 
the cookies. Place an ungreased 
baking sheet; bake 7-8 minutes. 
Remove to cooling racks. Spread 
each whole cooky with 1 teaspoon 
tart jam or jelly and top with a 
cooky with center removed. 
BLACK BOTTOM EGGNOG PIE 
9" Pie pan. Preheated 300°oven 
CRUST 

P/4 cups crushed gingersnaps 
6 tablespoons butter, melted 
1^ squares (1 '/-oz.) unsweetened 

chocolate, melted 
1 teaspoon vanilla 
1 teaspoon rum extract 
1 cup whipping cream 
FILLING 

1 tablespoon (1. envelope) unfla- 
vored gelatin 

Va cup water 

2 cups dairy eggnog 
Vb CUP sugar 

2 tablespoons cornstarch 
'4 teasnoon salt 
TOPPING 

1 cup whipping cream 

Va cup confectioners sugar 

V^ square ('/-oz) unsweetened 

chocolate, grated 
Mix gingersnap crumbs and but- 
ter thoroughly. Press firmly into 
pan and bake 5 minutes. Cool. 
Sprinkle' gelatin on water to sof- 
ten. In a saucepan heat eggnog 
to scalding. Mix sugar, cornstarch 
and salt: stir slowly into eggnog. 
Cook, stirring constantlv, until 
thickened. Remove from heat and 
stir in softened gelatin until dis- 
solved. Divide in half. Add choco- 
late and vanilla to one part and 
pour into crust. Let remaining 
half cool; then add rum extract. 
Whip cream until stiff; fold cus- 
tard into it. Snrvon'over chocolate 
laver. Chill. For Topping, whip 
cream until stiff: fold in sugar. 
Spread over -oie and sprinkle with 
grated chocolate. 

One Man Art 
Show Underway 

KEMPSVEIiE — Woodstock 
PTA will hold its next regular 
meeting on December 11 at 7:30 
p.m. in the school cafetorium. 

A Christmas program will be 
presented by the school chorus, 
directed by Mrs. Melvin Stauffer. 

Public is cordially invited to at- 
tend. 

Wood$t«cl( P-TA 
MEETING DEC. 11 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Area 
artist Vance Mitchell will present 
a One Man Show of Oils at the 
Studio Gallery, Cypress & Nor- 
folk Aves . Virginia Beach, begin- 
ning Sundav, December 15. A re- 
ception will ooen the show from 

2 to 6 p.m. The show i will run 
throu^ Jan. 15. 

The Gallery is open daily from 
11 to S, Sm^ 2 to 5. 



Human Rights 
Pledge Being 
Oliserveii Here 

VIRGBJIA BEACH — The 15th 
anniversary of the adoption of 
the Declaration of Human Rights 
by the. United Nattons Gen*al 
Asseotdfly is being d^rved to- 
day by the Virginia Beach Branch 
of t^ American Assmdation of 
UnlveraHy Women. 

Mrs. Ray aiield Jr., president, 
announced that the AAIUW 
Board of Directors at its annual 
fall meeting in Washington D.C. 
late last month gave Association 
support to today's celebration of 
Human Rights Day. 

Branches throughout the coun- 
try have received an appeal, she 
said, to give special observance 
to this date as well as to Bill of 
Rights Day on Dec. iS. Both 
dates, she pointed out, fall with- 
in Human Rights Week, Dec. 
10-17, 

"Human rights know no nation-- 
al boundaries.' 'states the AAUW 
message to its branches. Mrs. 
Shield said the letter points out 
that "violations of fundamental 
freedoms and the inherent rights 
of man in any part of the globe 
have repercussions which affect 
each one of us . . . whether one 
considers Buddhists in South 
Vietnam, Jews in Nazi Germany, 
missionaries in the Congo, or 
Negroes in Birmingham." 

Reterring to the basic rights 
listed in the Declaration of Hu- 
man Rights, the AAUW message 
to its branches points out that 
they are "rights which have long 
since been guaranteed to the 
American people in our own 
Constitution and Bill of Rights, 
legislative , acts, and court deci- 
sions." 

Yuie Decorating 
Meeting Tlieme 

BmCHWOOD — The Christ- 
mas Meeting of the Birchwood 
Garden Club was held recently at 
the home of Mrs. Donald Harvey, 
4 52 Seeman Road, Virginia 
Beach. Co-'Hostess Mrs. S. J. Per- 
due. 

Mrs. W. O. Stakes, guest speak- 
er spoke on "Christmas Arrange- 
ments". She said that when you 
start to decorate you home to be- 
gin at the front door, use a theme 
and carry it out all through the 
house. Decide on your color 
scheme and carry it out through- 
out. 

Mrs. Stakes advised us to buy 
our Christmas Tree early, cut it 
again on a slant, put it in a bucket 
of water, and keep it outside in a 
shady place — this will keep the 
needles intact for a long while. 

Cheryl Fasig, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. D. Fasig, of Birch- 
wood Gardens was the winner of 
the $50.00 Gift Certificate for 
merchandise at Rice's Dept. 
Store. Winning ticket was drawn 
by our guest speaker. 

Plans were formulated for a 
"Christmas Cocktail Party" to be 
held December 13 at 7:30 p.m. at 
the home of Mrs. D. H. Gaylor, 
3720 Marilyn Lane. 

U.S. Savings Bonds, always 
safe, increase in value through 
the years. That is why they are 
called lasting gifts — especially 
good for giving at Christmastime! 




B,. SAM MASON, R-Ph. 



Man's preoccuj^don with the sav- 
ing of his ills has tidcen mmy ftnuige 
routes down through the c»iturles. 
In ancient Babyton, for example, it 
wwn't uncommon to exhibit side peo- 
ple in the street in die hope that 
pasers-by m^t recognize an illness 
and thus i^er worthwhile advice and 

Later the pr^retrfve Babylonians 
foH'ther tmrsoed tiiefar interest in stck- 
ncn aod cure and professional phyd- 
dans, eve* spedaM^ ai^ared to 
tirice the place of the transient ama- 
t«ir doctors. 

The andents had notUng, how- 
ever, to tri» the place oi am modern 
mcdictaes to relieve or core an ilbaMS. 
When you are in need of medicatimi 
nrescrfbed bv vour doctor, remember 
BARR'S REX ALL PHARMACY, 
17th ai^ Atlantic Ave., fbrne GA 
8-1211. 

THS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD 
HINT: An easy way to remove odors 
trtmt |)ot*l» and Jars is to BM them 
wMi a sohition of water and drv 
mwterd. Let stand for a few bonn 
and rfaiae. 

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at ffiOtop^ 



Pageant Being 
Presented Here 
Sunday, Dec. 15 

VIRGimA BEA(M — 'Why 
the Chimes Rang", adapted by 
Mrs. Jack Shelley, will be present- 
»1 in pageant form on SCinday 
night, December 16 at 8 p.m. m 
the I^theran Church of the Good 
Shepherd, 13th and Atlantic 
Avemie. The pageant is being 
presented by the Sunday School 
of the Good Shepherd with Mrs. 
Jack Shel% as director. 

A Christmas party will held for 
the children in the Haven follow- 
ing ,the pageant. 

A CSiristmas Eve Candlelight 
Service will be held in the Church 
Tuesday night, December 24th at 
11:00 p.m. The entire churcn will 
be decorated with greens and be 
bathed in soft candlelight from 
hundreds of candles. The pubUc 
is cordially mvited. 

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Virginia Beach 5UN-NP/^S, Tuesday, December 10, 1963 

Page 3 



Christmas is a family time. It's a time for fun together, so why 
not plan so every member of the family ran enjoy ihe holidays 
(Start planning now so all can share the fun of gelling ready). Your 
home food freezer can save you a great amount of time in preparing 
your Christnws foods if you freeze ready-coolstHl foi>ds in advance. 
You can ^ on a baking spree whenever it suits you and pack away 
your Christmas supply of brrads, pies, cakes, anii looiiics, ion f ideal 
timt all will keep perfectly. 

There are three important things to remember when freezing 
ready-cooked foods. First, the quality of tlie food.s should be top- 
notch. Freezing may sUghlly improve the flavor of some foods but 
it never makes a high quality product oul of inferior foods. Don't 
waste freezer space on inferior quality. 

Second, ready-cooked foods must be packaj^ properly. Like all 
other foods to be frozen, ready-baked foods must be stored in 
moisture-vapor proof containers or wrapping materials. Never use 
ordinary cellophane, wrapping paper or iiousehold waxed paper. 
Unless particular care is used in wrapping, moisture will evaporate 
and the foods will lose flavor and texture. This is true even when 
foods are to be stored for only a short period. » 

Finally, we should follow directions given ' " .lawing or re-heating 
ready baked foods. This is important in reti.. .ing flavor and texture 
of foods. Too Utile time in thawing often affects original ta.sle and 
quali ty. . 




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Our Natdltwork Catalog containing a 
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Husbands Are GuesU 
For Club Party ^ 

KEMPSfVILLE — The Auxil- 
iary to the Kempsville Lions 
Club held its annual Christmas 
dinner meeting Thursday at Holi- 
day Inn Motel. 

Husbands were invited as 
guests and each member brought 
a Christmas gift for an under- 
privileged child. 

Mrs. Almeda Turman, program 
chairman, introduced Dr. Wallace 
Rogers of Norview Presibyterian 
Church who spoke on the "Real 
Meaning of Christmas." 

Mrs. Anne Pollock gave the 
origin and history of some of the 
ibest loved Christmas carols. 
Members and guests then joined 
her in group singing. 



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n}ITORIALLY SPEAKING 



Chamber Of Commerce Growing 
As New Year Approaches 



The Virginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce membership rolls list more than 500 
firms as members, an increase over the 
previous year and the year nearing a close 
js the first for the local Chamber serving 
the new City of Virginia Beach. 

As a result of this growth in member- 
ship the annual dinner-meeting of the or- 
ganization held recently at the Bow Creek 
Country Club found more than 200 persons 
In attendance. All of this speaks well for 
the Chamber, but there is much to be done 
in the future before the Chamber can feel 
that it has reached the big city status for 
which it is destined with proper leadership. 

New officers and directors were recently 
elected to guide the Chamber for the com- 
ing year. A start has been made in bringing 
the Chamber up to the new city it serves, 
but the new officers and directors have ac- 



cepted a tremendous responsibility and it 
is up to them to meet that responsibility 
with action in a number of directions. 

A must for the Chamber of Commerce 
here is to formulate antf carry out a more 
rounded program which would represent a 
cross section of the varied interests of the 
city. 

Prior to accepting the responsibility of 
representing a big new city, the Chamber 
of Commerce here was concerned chiefly 
with the tourist industry and the summer 
season. Now, that has changed somewhat 
with all the other aspects of the city. How- 
ever, travel and tourism and hotels and 
motels are still of primary concern to the 
Chamber. 

The new officers and leaders of the 
Chamber have much work ahead and we 
believe they will meet the challenge. 




The Princess Anne Hig^ School BaiKl. 



A^S. lOLA J. CROCKER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. lola 
Johnson Crocker, 75, died in her 
home, 5306 Atlantic Ave., Virgin- 
ia Beach, Wedne»lay at 8:80 a.m. 

She was a former resident of 
Suffolk, a daughter of Jethro and 
Vts. Mary Anne JohnK)n. She 
was the widow of Benjamin D. 
Crocker. 

&irvivjng are a daughter, Mrs. 
C. Vernon Brown of Virginia 
Beadi; two stepdaughters, Mrs. 
C. R. Wallaoe of Suffolk and Mrs. 
C. W. Haynes of Chicago; two 
brothers, Rufus L. Johnson of 
FraidKMn and I. A. Johnson of 
Norfc^u ^ |wo grandchildren. 

A fiiaeral service was conduct- 
ed in R. W. Baker & Co. Funeral 
Home fViday at 11 a.m. by Dr. 
H. S. Hardcastel, retired Christian 
minJMer. Burial w^ in Cedar Hill 
Cemetery. , 



sJa JULIAN K. KELLY 

fjSOIWXMJC — Julian Kim- 
b^pugh Kelly, 64, of 2607 Waver- 
ly'Way, a Mn of James H. and 
Mri Lilfcr D. Cote KeUy, died 
here Sunday at 6 pm. 

A native of Newport News, he 
lived most of his life in Norfolk. 
He was a member of Temple 
Baptist Churdi. 

• He is survived by a son, Julian 
K. KeUy Jr. of Norfolk; two bro- 
thers, John T. KeUy of Virginia 
Be3tch and Fleston C. KeUy of 
Norfolk; three asters, Mrs. AUie 
K. Pfadiler, Mrs. Mary K. TaU 
and Mrs. LUlie BeU K. Mills of 
NorfoUc; and four grandchildren. 
The body wiU be taken from 
HoUomon-Brown Funeral Home to 
Forest I^wn Cemetery for a pri- 
vate fui^ral service. 

MRS. NETTIE E. CROCKER 

, SUFFOLK ^ Mrs. Nettie Ellis 
Crocker, M, widow of WiUiam C. i 
Crocker Sr., died in Richmond; 
Memorial Hospital Sunday at 8 1 
ajn. after a brief illness. I 

A daughter of Joseph and Mrs. { 
Ann Carter Porter Ellis, she was 
a native of Gates County, N.C. 
She lived most of her life in Suf- 
folk. 

She was a member of Suffolk 
Christian Church. 

Surviving are a daughter, IVIrs. 
Doris Crocker Warthen of Lynch- 
burg; two sons, James H. Crocker 
of Virginia Beach and Joseph E. 
Crocker of Richmond; two bro- 
thers, Joseph A. (EUis and B. C. 
ElUs of SuffoUc; two sisters, Mrs, 
C. L. Ruis of Greenville, N.C. and 
Mrs. J. C. Yeomans of Bay City, 
Mich.; and four grandchildren. 

A funeral service will be con- 
ducted in R. W. BakMT & Co. Fu- 
neral H(Hne today at 2 p.m. by 
the Rev, Robert B. Marr of Suf- 
folk Chitttian Church. Burial will 
be in Colar HiU Cemetery. 



Funerals 

M e t h odist Church, Currituck 
Beach. He was a son of John and 
Mrs. Abbie Elizabeth Beasley 
Whitson and husband of Mrs. 
Mary AmeUa Whitson. 

In addition to his widow, he 
is survived by two sons, Cecil 
Whitson and Woodrow Whitson, 
and a daughter, Mrs. Edith Justus, 
aU of Water Lily; two brothers, 
David Whitson of Manteo and Sol- 
omon Whitson of Kitty Hawk, 
N.C; a sister, Mrs. Mary Twiford 
of Creeds, four grandchidren and 
seven great-grandchildren. 

A funeral service will be con- 
ducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Water 
Lily Chapel by Woodie Barnes 
i and E. T. \f alia Burial wiU be in 
Water LOy Cemetery. 

The body wiU be taken- from 
Twiford Funreal Home to the 
church at 1 p.m. today. 

OTIS E. ROBINETTE Jr. 

NORTX)LK — OUs Elmore Rob- 
inette Jr., 45, of 9256 Mason 
Creek Road died Sunday at 7:30 
p.m. in a hospital after a sudden 
illness. 

A lifelong resident of Norfolk, 
he was a son of the late Otis E. 
Robinette Sr. and Mrs. Bonnie 
CarrcU Robinette and husband of 
Mrs. Myrtle Whitehurst Robin- 
ette. 

He was a supervisor at Norfolk 
Naval Supply Center and a mem- 
,ber of Ocean View Masonic Lodge 
335. Norfolk United Royal Arch 
Chapter 1, Veterans of Foreign 
Wars Post 3160, and American 
Federation of Government Em- 
ployees Lodge 53. He served in 
the Army during World War II. 

Besides his widow, surviving 
are a daughter, Miss Vivian I^e 
Robinette of Norfolk; a sister, 
Mrs. Frances House of Virginia 
Beach; and two brothers, WiUiam 
A. Robinette of Falls Church and 
Howard C. Robinette of Virginia 
Beach. 



a resident of Portsmouth 26 years. 
He was a shipfitter in Norfolk 
Naval Shipyard and member of 
Court Street Baptist Church. He 
was husband of the late Mrs. LU- 
ian P. Sprinkle and a son of Ben- 
jamin and Mrs. Harriet StiUman 
Sprinkle. 

He is survived by two sons, 
Robert M. Sprinkle of Atlanta and 
William L. Sprinkle of Virginia 
Beach; two sisters, Mrs. J. W. 
Pettigrew of Cape Kennedy, Fla., 
and Mrs. Juanita Kingsley of 
Henderson, N.C; four brothers, 
H. C. Sprinkle of Greensboro, 
N.C, Clint Sprinkle of Durham, 
N.C, Reginald Sprinkle of Hen- 
derson and James Sprinkle of 
ReidsviUe. 

The body was taken to SneU- 
ings Funeral Home, where a 
funeral service wiU be held today 
at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Wilbur Ker- 
sey of Court Street Baptist 
Church, Burial wiU be at 3 p.m. 
Wednesday in ReidsviUe. 

MRS. RUTH P. ELLIS 

NORFOLK — Mrs. Ruth Porter 
EUis, widow of James A. EUis 
and daughter of the late John 
BuUer and Mrs. Margaret Ann 
Brown Porter, died Thursday at 
3:35 p.m. in a hospital. 

She was a native of KeUey N.C, 
and a resident of Norfolk 43 years. 
She was a member of First Pent- 
costal Holiness Church, Fairmont 
Park, 32 years. 

Survivors include a daughter, 
Mrs. Margaret Ann Thomas of 
Kempsville, Vu-ginia Beach; a son, 
James T. ElUs of Norfolk; two 
sisters, Mrs. J. Y. DiUion of Dan- 
viUe and Mrs. Mamie Hart of Nor- 

jfolk; and three grandchUdren. 

I The body was taken from H. D. 

lOUver Funeral Apartments to 
First Pentecostal HoUness Church 
for a funeral service Sunday at 

\ 3 p.m. Burial was in Forest Lawn 

i Cemetery. 



PJ. fiand To 
Florida Event 



LYNNHAVEN — The Wmxu 
Anne High School Band has ac- 
cepted an invitation to represent 
Virginia in the "^Festival of 
SUtes" at St. Petersburg, Florida, 
next spring. 

The 79-member band wUl be 
the only musical representatfe^e 
from this state during the four 
days of pageantry, AprU 1-4. 

During the festival, the band 
wiU perform in two concerts and 
the Festival of States Parade. 

Princess Anne iBand Director 
G. L. Bailey said Thursday that 
the band is in the process of rais- 
ing 110,000 to make the trip and 
to purchase much needed new 
uniforms. 

According to Bailey, the band 
will initially seek the funds from 
Vu-ginia Beach civic organiiations. 
Letters are being sent to aU the 
organizations in the city which do 
not operate on sohcited funds 
themselves, BaUey said. 

The "FesUval of States" is the 
highlight of St. Petersburg's ear- 
ly spring vacation season. It con- 
sists of 70 different events includ- 
ing the "Mrs. America Pageant". 

Any individual or group desir- 
ing to help the band raise the 
necessary funds may contact 
BaUey by calling 497-2272. 

Norview High School of Nor- 
folk represented Virginia at la^ 
year's festival. 



Care With Fire, Holiday Plea 



T^e Savings Bonds you have 
given as Christmas gifts in past 
years are stiU growing in value, 
stiU givmg pleaaire to those who 
received tl»m. And now they 
have had an extra %% interest 
added automaticaUy for their re- 
maining period to maturity. Fol- 
low your own good example this 
year, and give better^Jian-ever- 
Savings Bonds— the gift that 
keeps on giving. 



Care with fire during ^ hoU- 
day season and also throughout 
the year wis urged today by Lew- 
is A. Vincent, general manager 
of the fiMional Board of Fire Uo- 
d«?writeri. 

Fire losses in the United States 
this year again wUl exceed |1 bil- 
hon, Mr. Vincent said. And fire 
fataUties during ihe past six 
years hav^ been avera^ng more 
thM 11,<N0 annuaUy. 

Added Fira PolMiHal 

"We naust remember that the 
fire loss is mMe up of a large 
number of fires, any one of which 
could have involved loss of Ufe 
and br(Hight physical suffering 
to individuals as weU as loss of 
their property," Mr. Vincent said. 

"Many of these fires occurred 
during Christmas holidays. At this 
t^ of year, when famiUes and 
friends gaUier together to enjoy 
the happiest holiday of the year, 
the spectre of fire is particularly 
horrifying. Yet fire need not be a 
guest at your house. These re- 
minders of fire prevention pre- 
cautions wiU help keep your 
Christmas meny. 

Area Freight Rate 
Jobs Seek Men 

UntU furttwr notice, appiica- 
tipns WiU be laooepted for the posi- 
sitions of Fre^t 'Rate Assistant, 
GS4 and GS-5, located in the 
Norfolk, Vurginia Beach, Ports- 
mouth an4 Chesapeake, Virginia 
attea, paying J4110 and $4505 
per yrar. A written test and ex- 
perience are required for these 
positions. FuU information and ap- 
pUcation forms may be obtained 
by contat^ng the Board of U.S. 
Civil Service Examiners, U.S. Na- 
val Station, Norfolk, Vh-ginia 
23511, or by applying at any .post 
office for appUcation forms or in- 
formation as to where forms may 
be d)tained. 



"By keeping attics and bail- 
ments free of combustible trash, 
the fire jwtential in the average 
home can be greatly minimized. 
Car«l«nn«« Prim* CauM 

"Three-fourths of aU our fires 
in this country are the result of 
carele^ne^. 

"Carelessness may take the 
form of not keeping electrical 
wiring and equipfoent in good 
repair. And a fire haaard can be 
created by such a careless act 
as leaving matches where snwU 
children can reach them. Ordi- 
nary common sense about fire 
can imke your Christmas a merry 
one, and your home firesafe the 
year round." 



Country Day 
Honor Roils 
Announced 



Adm. Wuensch 
Will Address 
Retired Group 

TORT ST(MIY — The Decem- 
ber luncheon meeting of the 
Hampton Roads Chapter, Retired 
Officers Association will be held 
at the Fort Story Officers Club at 
noon Saturday. 

Guest speaker wiU be Rear Ad- 
miral Henry J. Wuensch, Com- 
mandant, 5th U,S. Coast Guard 
District. Admiral Wuensch will 
present an Ulustrated talk on the 
functions and respoosibUities of 
the Coast Guard. 

For those retired officers who 
were privileged by the 1963 Pay 
Act to rficomoute their pay on the 
1956 scale, there wiU be informa- 
tion of special interest. 

AU retired officers and aU ex 
officers who were honorably sep- 
arated from any of the five fed- 
eral uniformed services are wel 
come to attend the luncheon as 
potential members of the local 
chapter. 

Initial or additioiwl reserva- 
tions may be made by phoning 
the chapter secretary, Cdr. A. L 
UighUey, at UL 3-60^ or JU 8 
8331. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Country 
Day School of Girls has announ- 
(^ its trimester and monthly 
honor rolls. .' 

High honor students for the 
trimester period include Meg 
CaldweU, 6th grade; Heath Ald- 
ridge, 8th; Rachel Brown and 
Marie WaUdey, 9th; Betsy Parker 
and Fontaine Syer, Uth; and Dale 
Anna Dean and Liza SUls, 12th. 

Honor students for the same 
period jndude: Penny Braith- 
waite, Mitty Jordan and Char- 
lotte Syer, 6th; CeceUa Beattie, 
Drew Brown, Helen Hancock and 
Kathleen Murray, 7th; SaUy Hub- 
ard, Talbott Jordan, Dana Master- 
son, Susan Snodgrass and Sarah 
Stacey, 8th; Betsy Bowen, Bet^ 
Coward, Carol McClurg and Mar- 
tha Page, 9th; Deborah HaU and 
Kokie WooUing, 10th; and Peggy 
Moore, Pen^roke Beed and Fsy 
White. 12th. 

High honor students for t}» 
month, oiher than those in the 
trim^tor period, include Talbott 
Jordan, 8th; and Deal Chandler 
and fi^y Bowen, Qth. 

Monthly honor students were 
Penny Braithwaite, Petty Dickson, 
Mitty Jordan, Leslie Meinte, Robin 
PhUUps and Chariotte Syers, 8th; 
Drew Brown, Cynthia Hayward, 
Kathleen Murray, Amanda Rogers 
and Bruce Silverman, 7th; Aim 
Deal, SaUy Hubard, Susan La- 
outure, Karen Otten^ein and Su- 
san SnodgraiK, 6th; Charlotte 
Bowen, Betsy Coward, Carol Mc- 
Clurg, Martha Page and Susan 
Taylor, 9th; Courtney Baskin, Es- 
ther Beasley, Deborah HaU awl 
Kokie WoolUng, 10th; Kay Spin- 
dle, 11th; and Tate Dickson, Flo 
Ann Ferebee, Linda Masterson, 
Peggy Moore, Charlotte Morton, 
Pembroke Real and Fay White, 
12th. 



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LITTLE OTiaaC — Tm Atlan- 
tip Fl^t ,^i^U9us Fonsfi shq^ 
ire wAedul^ to return to the 
Tidewater area toourrow from 
A^ in ^ CanUMU. 

"Hie shqjt ^w'twM ^Ui^tA 
for amphiUouf tnAilag divKted 
by Captain H. H. delMnal, Cmi^ 
mmi» AaiphMmu Syudrm 
TwB. ( 

Apprtudmately 1700 ^o(m of 
the emlMTted Krst Battalion, 
Second Maizes, wUl d^teric when 
the :^ips sboip at Morplmid City, 
N.C. The battalhm served m the 
squadron's Marine landhtg force, 
under conunand of Lieutenant 
Colonel J. A. GaUo. 

jRetommg are the attack tran- 
^rts VSS ChUton, vua^ (hm^ 
maiul of Cwp^m B. G. Smith, 
and USS MwiRtnil, cwmnanded 
by C^itain J. P. Rizza; ^tadi 
cargo ship USS Thubao, under 
command of Captain W. £. ^ity- 
mons; dock landing ship USS Sm 
Marcos, commanded t^ Commai^ 
der A. N. Davidson; and tank 
landing ship USS Traverae Coun- 
ty, under command of I^utenant 
Commander J. S. Hobnes. 

The squadron was active in thi 
people-to-people program and dia- 
tributed project handclap mM»r- 
^ while mahitaining a ready 
antphHaious force in the Carib- 
bean area. Ships visited San Juan 
and Ponce, Puerto Rico, and St. 
Thomas and St Croix In the VJf- 
gin Islands. 

Chilton, Thuban ami Moiuilnil 
will berth at the Norfolk Naval 
^tion. San Mar»)s and Travcna 
County wQl return to the Uttte 
Creek Naval Amphibious Base. 

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JOHN J. WHIT^M 

EJZ^ETH CITY, NC.^John 
J«s Wl^n, 78, of Water Lily, 
i^tired brmer ukI fiAerman, 
di^ AOday at 9:40 ajn. in the 
Aftenun^ Hospital after a long 



A funeral service will be con- 
ducted in HoUomon-Brown Fu- 
neral home Wednesday at 2 p.m. 
Burial will be in Forest Lawn 
Cemetery. 

JOHN R. WALLACE 

! .LYNMIAVE^ — John Rey- 
nolds WaUace, 93, of Lynnhaven, 
husband of the late Mrs. .Marie 
A. WaUace and son of Rsynolds 
and Mrs. Adeline Cresler Wallace, 

' died in a hospital Sunday at 5:30 
p.m. 

A native of Shippeniburg, Pa., 
he Uved in the Virginia Beach 
area 78 years. 

He is survived by two brothers, 
Brainerd H. Wallace and William 
G. Wallace of Virginia Beach. . 

The body was taken to Hollo- 
mon-Brown Funeral Home where 
funeral services will be held to- 
day at 3 p m. Burial will ba in 
Riverside Memorial Park. 

ROBERT L. SPRINKLE 

POftTSMOUTH — Robert Lee 
Sprinkle, 68, of 404 Court St. i 
died Sunday at 4:30 a.m. in a 
hospital. I 

Tkt ftM^jJk, N.C, a^we waft 



Fire Calls 



11-11 6:47 p.m., grass, 24th & 

Cypress 
11-12 9:54 a.m., over-heated oil 

stove, 405-23rd St. 
11-12 5:01 p m., miscellaneous, 
i 28th & Pacific 
11-15 12:25 p.m., grass, 800 Ori- 
ole Drive 
11-1612:20 p.m., grass, 106 Cardi- 
nal Road 
11-16 3:33 p.m., locked out of 

house, 69th & Ocean 
11-17 1:56 p.m., cat up trae, 104 

Ivy Drive 
11-17 3:54 p.m., grass, 617-18th 

Street 
11-17 4:00 p.m., grass, 303 S. 

Birdneck Road 
1117 4:10 pm.. Trailer, 1010 

Va. Beach Blvd. 
11-17 9:07 p.m., Autoraabile, 

17th & Pacific 

11-16. 2:54 p.m., grass, 102 
Sne^ LaiK. 

11-18, 4.44 p.m.. House, 18th & 
Parks 

11-18 5:59 p.m., grass, Winston 
Rd k York Lane 

11-20 10^32 a.m.. Locked out of 
h<Mise. U5 Pinewood Bd. 

11-20 5:31 D.m.. Auton^bile, 
l»th & AftM Am. 



VIRGINU BEACH — For the 
past several weeks members of 
the Ladies Auxihary of the Vir- 
gmia Beach Fire Departmerrt have 
been working on a project that 
WiU bring a happy gleam to the 
eyes of many little girls this 
Christmas. 

The women have been repair- 
ing and outfitting a large number 
of dolls to be distributed to less 
fortunate youngsters on Christ- 



mas Eve. 

The members collected the 
dolls, replaced missing parts, 
cteai^ off the cnyon marks 
and made small scale outfits from 
bits of material. TTiey even made 
tiny shoes for each one. 

About 20 dolls have been com- 
pleted but the women are still 
working to fini^ wardrobes for 
all the dolls in time for Christmas. 



Although the quota of dolls is 
filled, the Auxiliary is continuing 
a drive to collect canned goods 
and other items for Christmas 
baskets. 

Persons wishing to donate items 
for this cause are asked to con 
tact the Auxiliary's president 
Mrs. James Jessup, 530 High 
Point Avenue, Virginia Beach 
Her telephone number is 438 
4054. 




ODAY^ 




By: Pan! B. MmMm 

"IntcgrUy of men b to be mcaaur^ 

r'heir comhict, not by tlMfa- prsfe*- 
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Inteirity b a comnodity camad ta 
Ihc vatt maifcctplacM of Itfe ami p«M 
Im by »trkt (Aaervaoce ni tbe mM- 
tin that are worthy irf good fclkm- 
sUp and citizeoship. 

Weaitk, podUea aad iiAiiacc 
play little part in nialng a npvt»- 
tion for int«pity. Each IwUvidnal, ra- 
gardlcM of itatut, seeks and <nru 
integrity on his owa level. I^owever, 
it is reasonable to aMUmf O^ ^tt^ 
ind position allow one more oppM*- 
tunitles to coyit and ful^rate intM. 
nty in the cmme ef cvaryday Nvh^ 

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Cavaliers 
Named To 
Area Team 

LYNTWAVEN — Four Princess 
Anne High School football play- 
ers have been selected for the 
All-Tidewater Scholastic Team, 
and one was named the most val- 
uable player in the Eastern Dis- 
trict. 

Cavalier end Charles Carr took 
the top post and was presented 
a special silver trophy. 

The other three players are 
Craig Honour, tackle; Fred Gray, 
guard; and Buster O'Brien, back. 

The selection was made by the 
sports department of WTAR Ra- 
dio and was determined on the 
basis of performance, value to the 
school and outstanding contritni- 
tion to scholastic football. 

The players received pubUc 

recognition over WTAR-TV Sun- 
day afternoon and each was pre- 
sented a miniature silver football. 

Bowl Games 
Coming Up 

Three of the nation's top 10 
college football teams wOl play 
in New Year's Day bowl games 
to be covered by the iNBC-TV and 
NBC Radio Networks Wednes- 
day, Jan. 1. TV coverage of both 
games will be in color. 

Illinois plays Washington in the 
50th annual Rose Bowl classic 
(TV and radio time 4:45 p.m. 
EST), following the 30th annual 
Sugar Bowl contest (1:45 p.m. 
EST) in which Mississippi meets 
Alabama. 

lUinois was ranked third in the 
nation in the Associated Press poll 
and was rated fourth by United 
Press International. Both polls 
had Mississipppi #ev^tii nM -Ala- 
bama ninth. 

Three of the teams captured 
conference championships — 
Washington in the Big Six Con- 
ference on the Pacific Coast, Il- 
linois in the Big Ten Conference 
and Mississippi in the Southeast- 
ern Conference, 

Preceding NBC-TV's color cov- 
erage of the two bowl games, an- 
other traditional New Year's 
Day attraction, the Tournament of 
Roses Parade, also will be tele- 
vised in color on NBC-TV (11:30 
a.m. to 1:45 p.m. EST). 

U-K Quintet 
Tops Smith 

ACCOMAC — Union - Kemps- 
ville came from behind with a 
21-point scoring burst in the sec- 
ond period to defeat Mary N. 
Smith 6549 in basketball Friday. 

Guard Steve Wilson was the top 
scorer for the Tigers, bagging 
eight field goals and five of five 
at the free throw line for a total 
of 21 points. ActuaUy, U-K had a 
perfect night at the foul line con- 
necting on all 17 chances. 

The Bulldog's high scorer was 
Ray Satchell with 19 points in a 
losing cause. 

UNION ■ KEMPSVILLE 
P!.iy*r 
Freeman 
Perry 
O. Morgan 
Sparrow 
Fitzgerald 
A. MorgaH 
Riddick 
Wilson 
Brown 
Totals 

MARY N 
P Layer 
Young 
Selby 
West . 
Parler 
Sacthell 
Gidden 
Nedab 

Totals 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, D0cember 10, 1963 

Pag© 5 





THE. CHAR6E)3S AiEEl 

HOPIM& TDBIN'5 D<PERlF>JCe 

WiU- -SPEED DEVEJ-OPMENT 

OF YOUK16 JOHN HADL AT 

QOARrECBA.C>;.~ „ 



Cox Upsets 
James Blair 



VIRGiINIA BEACH— Cox High 
scored a thrilling 47-44 upset over 
James Blair in overtime Friday 
night in basketball. 

Blair romped off to an 18-10 
first period lead, but Cox gained 
a 22-22 tie at halftime. At the 
end of regulation it was a 4343 
tie at Phil Paschall hit on a field 
goal for Blair to send the game 
into overtime. Baskets by Ed Con- 
away and Bob Schultze in the 
overtime period gave the victory 
to Cox. 



JAMES BLAIR 



G 

6 

3 
1 
4 

1 
8 
1 



F 

2-2 
1-1 
0-0 
1-1 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
5-5 
6-6 



T 
14 
1 
6 
3 
6 
2 
2 
21 
8 



24 17-17 65 
SMITH 
G F 

2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
3-3 
2-2 
2-2 



P'.iyer 

Skinner 
Hutton 
Derringe 
Piland 
Paschall 
Ward 

M. Anderson 
L. Anderson 
Totals 



Playar 

Clements 

Dorima 

J. Schulte 

B. Schulte 

DuBosily 

Fairbanks 

Conoway 



6 

1 
3 
4 




F 
4-8 
0-2 
0^ 
1^ 



6 1-1 
1 0-2 



4 

19 



0-1 
0^ 
6 



T 
6 
6 
8 
1 

13 
2 
8 


44 



COX 



OFT 

0-5 

4 1-3 9 

1-3 5 

4-5 14 

4-8 12 

1-1 5 

0-0 4 



2 
5 
4 
2 
2 




1 
3 
2 
8 
4 
1 



T. 

2' 

2 

6 

6, 
19! 
10 

4 



Totals 



19 11 47 



19 11-11 49 
Score by Quarters 
U-K 10 21 13 21—85 

M.N.S. .11 9 18 13—49 




Score by Quartan 

James Blair 18 4 6 15 1—44 
Cox 10 12 11 10 4—47 



Veteran Officer 
Here Thursday 

Maurice J. Hunger of the Di- 
! vision of War Veterans' Claims, 
' a free service operated by the 
State of Virginia, will interview 
veterans and their survivors in 
Virginia Beach between noon and 
4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 
12, 1963, at the Alan B. Shepard 
Convention Center, 19th St. and 
Pacific Avenue. 

Hunger's Norflok area office is 
at Suite 218, Professional Arts 
Building. 142 West York Str^t, 
telephones 622-9871 and 6254170. 



Beach Five 
Wins Opener 



POQUOSON— Floyd Wilson, a 
6-6 sophomore, pumped in 18 
points to lead Virginia Beach tp 
a 48-38 victory over Poquoson in 
a District One, Group Two basket- 
ball game here Friday night. 

Larry Mailhes added 11 points 
for the Beach, which gained , a 
13-12 lead at the end of the first 
period and was never headed. The 
Seahawks led 27-23 at the inte|'^ 
mission. 



VIRGINIA BEACH 



Nolan 
Mailhes 
Tarkenton 
Wilson 
Tucker 
Strickler 
Johnson 
Caffey 
Fitton 
Flynn 
Stevenson 
Keville 
Totals 



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5 

9 
4 


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0^ 

04 18 

04 6 



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0^ 



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POQUOSON 



Parks 
Martin 
Insley 
White 
Nails 
Forrest 
Bloxom 
Evans 
Ferm'er 
Totals 



Q F 

3-6 
3 1-1 



1 

4 
4 
2 





2 

1 

a 


6 



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3 
7 
2 



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46 12 
0-2 8 



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0-0 
0-0 



4 
2 





IS 9-15 31 
Scon by Quarters 
Virginia Beach 13 14 10 11— ^ 
Poquoson 12 11 8 7— 3S 



Local Cadet Wins 
Fishburie Letter 

WAYRTESBOEO — At a m- 
cent banquet honoring the Var- 
sity and Junior Varsity football 
players of Fishbuntf Military 
School, Waynesboro, Cad^ Gil- 
bert H. Wiion, Jr. recaived his 
Junior Varsity letter. A total o| 
60 cadets out of a student body 
of approximately 200 received 
letters. 

Cadet Wilson was eominei^ft} 
by Athletic Director. Major T. L. 
Varner, and Junior Vafsity 
Coach, Captais Robert Hayes. 

Cadet Wilson is U»e s>n ol Mr. 
and Mrs. Gilbert H. Wilson of ITS 
Shore Drive, Virgpia ■Befch. 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, December 10, 1963 
Page 6 i 

TV SCHEDULE 



CB»-WTAR.TV ( 3) 
NBC—WAVY-TV (10) 
ABC— WVECTV (13) 
TiMtdiy and Wadnttday 
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( 10) — Today'* WMithtr 
< 3) — VPI I>Jt>orta 
<!•> — Today 

!t» — Timothy Tb« Toymakar 
( S) — Almanac 
( 8) — MahaUa Jactooo 
i g^—liS% Ip Mini 
I S>— N«va 

( 8) — CaoialB Kanraroe 
(1») — Tviday In TIdavatar 
rtat — Toiiajt 

{ S) — Bon'* Cartoon Theatre 
(10> — Hlg-hway Pntrol 
(13> — Artie Lerin 
(13) — ^Movle 
( 3) — Burns nnii Allen 
(10) — The Best o! Oroodia 
(13)— Alisbee About Town 
(13) — llomlnr MoTio 
( 3) — Dr. Whitehiirst HeDorta 
( S) — CBS Mominfr Newa with 

Hike Wslla<^e 
(10) — Say WhWJ 
(10) — NBC Newe 

( 3> 1 IiOT* lAKf 

(10) — Word For Wordi 
( 8) — Tha tttCam 
(10) — Concentration 
(13) — ^Price Is Riimt 
( 8) — Pete A Gladyi- _^— 
(I0>— Htadnv lilnka 
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AFTERNOON 



IS:O0 ( 8)— !«▼• of Life 

(10) — Tour Pirat Impreaaion 
(IS) — Tcnno^iea Bmie Ford 
18:35 ( 3)— CBS Wewa 
12:30 ( 8) — 9ear<a For Tomorrow 
(!•)— Troth or Co(MeaaeD<)aa 
(18) — rather Know* \ieat 
tttU ( m — Ttye Gnidtnr Ufllt 
1:00 ( S) — ^Mildred Alexander Show 
(1V>— DtaltE ' foi OnUan 
!i3» — Genernj Honpitai 
1:88 (10>— WeWher 
liM I 9( — A* Th« World ToTH 

(18) — Lov» -niat Bob 
1;B0 (10) — New* 
«:00 ( 8) — J^aeword 

(10) — ^P«ople Wtll Talk 
(13) — Ann Sonthem 
«:B8 (10) — NBC New« 
. 8:30 ( 8) — ^House Party 
(18) — Day In Court 
8:84 (13) — ^Llca Howard Newi 
li** ( S) — To Tell the Truth 
'!•) — Loretta Tounr Show 
fIB' — Oneen Wot A Day 
8;M ( 8) — ^Donrlaa Rdwarda 
8:30 ( 3) — Edice of Nlrht 
(H) — Yon Don't Say 
(1»»— Who Do Ton Tmat 



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4:00 ( 8) — Secret Storm 

(10) — The Mat(4i Qame 
( 13) — TrailmMter 



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( 3) — Tralla Wert 
(10) — Make Boom for Daddy 
(13) — ^DldooTery ■• 

(13)— IU<*ey MouM (Sub 
( 3> — News at Five— Ray Sbonm 
(10^> — ^Poopdeck Pappy 'e Chib Ahoy 
i 3) — Dr. Whitehnrat Beporta 
( 3) — ^Follow The Sun 
(10) — ^Tort Bear 
(10) — ^Newa at Six 
(18)— Harry Doraetta 
( 8) — Soortu Roundup 
{ 3) — ^TT Beporter 
(13) — Ron Cochrane 
( 3) — Weatherman 
( 3) — CBS Newa 
(10) — HnaUw-Brlnkley BeptHl 
(13) — Kavaridt 

(10)^ — OooUey-Brinklar B^KM't 
( 3) — The Saint 
noj — Rifleman 
(10) — Mr. Novak 
(13) — Combat 
( 3) — Bed SkeltoB Hour 
(10>— BadJao 
(13)— McHalea Nary 
( 3) — Petticoat. Jnnrtloa 
(10) — Bi^ard Boone 
(13) — Qnsiteet Show on Barth 
(IS) — Morie 
( 3)— Jarck Benny 
(10) — n<* Powell Theatra 
( IS) — Untouch ahle* 
( 3) — Ga.rry Moore Show 
(10) — Andy Williama 
( 13) — Soviet Woman 
( 3) — 11th Hour Final 
<ia) — ^Wleven o*'^'-" lUver* 
(18) — Mnrphv Martin 
( 3) — 11th Hour W«itha» 
(18) — Bill Brady 
( 3) — Stetfe Allen Show 
n«l — WM>har 
(10) — Snorts 
(13) — Theatre 18 
rtat — Tnntrht 
(13) — ^Theatre 13 
(13) — Sign Off 



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(10) — The Match Oame 

( IS) — TrailmMter 

(10) — VBC Newg 

( 3) — Reecne 8 

(10) — Make Room for Daddy 

( 18) — DiscoTery 

(13) — ^Mickey Mouse Club 

( 3) — News at Five 

(10) — Poopderk Pappy'e CHub Ahoy 

( 3) — ^Dr. Whitehurst Beporta 

( 3) — Stoney Burke 



Stars Appear 
In Colorcast 
On NBC-TV 

Casting has been completed for 
"A Cry of Angels," the Sunday, 
Dec. 15 color presentation of 
NBC-TV's "Hallmark Hall of 
F^me" (4-5 p.m. EST) starring 
WaMer Slezak. Maureen O'Hara. 
Hermione Ging^ld and Hurd Hat- 

m± 

•Rie role of Charles Jennens. 
author of the text of George Fre- 
doit* Handel's "The Messiah" 
will be played by Douglas Rain. 
The role of Peter LeBlond. close 
friend of Handel. wiU be played 
by Norman Barrs. The opera 
singer, Serefma. whose friend- 
ship with the Prince of Wales was 
re^jonsible for much of the har- 
a^nwnt to v^ich Handel was sub- 
Jert. will be played by Kathryn 
Locfer. 

TTie First Putjoeteer ■wfll be 
portrav^ by Carl Harms and the 
Second Putroeteer bv Donald 
Somere. John McCollum will be 
the tenor soloist for the musical 
IwrtioTW of the drama. 

"A Crv of An?els" is an origin- 
al teleolay bv Sherman Yellen 
ft 4rlll l» or'vdueed and directed : 
by 0«>rge Sehaefer. Scener\' is, 
by Wnren Clymer and costumes ' 
bv ^tod T%y!or. I 



6-30 (10) — .auper Oar 
6:00 (10)— Newa at SlJt 
6:08 (IS) — HmtT Do««ette 
10 ( 3) — Rporta Rounduo 
6:18 ( 3)— TT Beporter 
(1.1) — Ron Corhrana 
6:S6 ( 3)— Weatherman 
6:30 ( 3)— CBS News 

1 10) — HuntleyBrinkley Report 
(13) — ^Maverick 
7:00 ( 3) — Blo«riH>hr 

(1«) — Arthur Smith Rlow 
(13) — Drafnet 
7:30 ( 3)— Chronicle 

(10) — The Vlririnlan 
(13) — Oziie A Harriet 
8:00 r .1) — ^Public Service Film 

(13) — ^Patty Duke 
8:30 ( 3> — GbTile 

(13) — Pri.* T« Rirtt 
9:00 ( 3) — Beverly Hlllbiiliea 
(10) — Kfipionare 
(13) — Ben Ca*^ 
9:30 ( 3)— Dick Van Dyke Show 
(18) — Our Man Hirmw 
10:00 ( 3) — Danny Kaye Show 
(10> — Eleventh Hour 
(13) — Channlnir 
11:00 ( 3)— lllh Hour Final 

(It) — Eleven O'clock Bapart 
(13) — Murphy Martin 
11:10 ( 8) — 11th Hour Weather 

(13) — Bill Brady 
11:16 ( 3) — Steve Allen Show 
(10) — Weather 

( IS) — Uxtkl Newa-Weather-Sporti 
11:20 (10) — <^)ort« 
11:35 (13)— Theatre 18 
IItK* ( IMk — Tnntr*-- 
1:00 (13,)— sum Off 
1:00 (10) — Teen Talk 
1:30 (10) — News 
1:40 (10) — Thourht For Today. 



"Girl Talk" 
New On NBC 



WAVY-TV-Channel 10 announ- 
ces the addition of "GlftL TALK", 
starring Virginia Graham and a 
bevy of America's mosrt; famous 
women personalities, to its day- 
time schedule. Air-time for the 
half-hour show, to be seen Mon- 
day through Friday, is at 9:00 a.m. 

"GIRL TALK" is produced in 
New York's Hysee Theatre on 
West 5Kh Street before a live 
audience with Miss Graham play- 
ing hostess to thr^e well-known 
distaff headliners on each show. 
There are no regulars, other than 
Miss Graham, and topics range 
the gamut from A to Z, with no 
pre-arrangements ma(te for "safe" 
subjects. Monfy Morgan, who pro- 
duced the old Jack Paar and 
Merv Griffin shows, is the pro- 
ducer with Bob DeLaney director. 

"GIRL TALK" is now in its 
second year and is considered one 
of the brightest TV properties to 
emerge in daytime programming 
in many years. The caliber of its 
gae^ stars makes it unique in 
I TV history and, in Uiiss Graham, 
the "GIRIL TMJC" series has one 
of the most highly regaided 
fenmie emcees of them all. 

The premiere program features 
acrtess Eva Gabor, commedienne 
Jean Carroll, and socialite Mrs. 
Gregg Sherwood Dodge. The 
group will discuss, "Do People 
fii Show Business Carry A Stig- 
ma?" 

Other well known personiUities 
who will appear on the program 
during the premiere week in- 
clude: Pamela Mason, Mary Ann 
Mobley, Helen Gurley Brown, 
Harriet Van Home, Phyllis Diller, 
Pat Tobin, Margaret O'Brien, 
Marta Curo, Lillian Briggs, Sally 
Ann Howes, Renee Taylor and 
Sue Oakland. 



Center Scene 
Of Frat Dance 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Alpha 
Epsilon R's Initiation Dance (an- 
nual after-exam slam) will be held 
at the Alan B. Shepard Conven- 
tion Center at Virginia Beach, 
Saturday, December 14, beginning 
at 9:30 p.m. 

Music will be furnished by The 
Rhondells with The Showmen. 
The dance will follow the formal 
initiation ceremonies and banquet 
which will establish the first na- 
tional fraternity on camous under 
thp ODC name. Theta Xi was the 
first national eirtablished under 
the Norfolk College of William 
and Mary name. 

ChaoeroTis for the dance will 
he Mr Wniiarn Tiittle. snonsor 
Mr and Mrs Wi]h"qm fHeoin. and 
M^- and Mrs Eli Chovitz. A num- 
ber of distinfTiished (ni(»<?ts frnni 
out-of-t^wn are PTDocted. includ- 
ing: M'^xwell Handplcman. su- 
nreme master of AEPi: "Rf^ert 
Krovitr Rppretarv of the Tnt^rna- 
tional Frqtemitv roiincil: and Nqt 
KniiDbein. mpmbor of the Sn- 
nrpinp Board of rtovornnrs ODC 
President Ty»wii! W Wp**» Tr and 
Tip-ir\ Ceorffp Wm WhitAhurist 
w'll pld pttenrl A n""'^ber of 
*l'^ha Fnsil'^n Pis frnm mthpf col- 
larrp^ are also exi^cted for the 
dance. 

Tarrv Fripdnrn and 'vtiiart 

Waif! pre <'o.r'h9i''^"p'n fm* iho 
dance and Gary W<>iHne i« nnbli- 
citv chairman. Artie Click is 
president. 



Minister Is 
Taient Clianp 

A singing clergyman from 
Wheaton, lU., is t^e 1963 National 
Amateur Talent Chami^on. 

The Rev. James Murk, a Bap- 
tist minister who competed as a 
vocalist on "Ted Mack and the 
Original Amateur Hour," appear- 
ed on the program Sunday, Dec. 
1 on the CSS Television Network 
to be awarded the championship 
title. The broadcast originated in 
Chicago, ni., through the facilities 
of WBBM-TV, CBS owned tele- 
vision station there. 

Second and third place winners 
in the annual competition were 
respectively, the Flynn Dancere, 
an Irish step dance group of two 
boys and two giris from Brooklyn, 
N.Y., and Pete Doles, a vocalist 
from Corinth, Miss. 

The three winning acts were 
selected through a compilation of 
votes mailed in by "Amateur 
Hour" viewers. They were among 
15 acts, all three-time winners on 
the program during the course of 
the past year, that competed in 
the championship finals, broad- 
cast on Oct. 13 and Oct. M. 

The Rev. Mr. Murk, who holds 
degrees in anthropology, theology 
and hi^ry, currently is working 
for a Doctorate in Philosq^hy at 
the Univeraty of Chicago. He 
teaches anthropology at Wheaton 
(111.) College. After auditiomng at 
WBBM-TV for the '"Amateur 
Hour" during a special series of 
shows which originated in Chica- 
go last year, he first appared on 
the program Nov. 2S, 19^, sing- 
ing "A Little Bit of Heaven." As 
a winner, he was recalled to the 
show of Feb. 24, 1963, and on 
March 31 he became a three-time 
winner. He is married and is the 
fatiier of five children, ranging 
in age from three to nine years. 

PrMMit wHh ■ Futur* 

When givii^ US. Savings 
Bonds for Christmas, you are giv- 
ing "The Present with a Future" 
Savings Bonds continue to grow 
over the years, nu&ing ttiem the 
ideal gift for security. 



THEATRE 



25tli & Atlantic 

Today, Decomber 10 

LILLIES OF 
THE FIELD 

Sidney Poitier 
Lilla Skala 

Features 2 4 6 8 10 



WED., THURS, FRI , SAT. 
DECEMBER 11 -14 

Palm Springs 
Weei(-End 

Troy Donahue 

Connie Stevens 

Ty Hardin 

Features 
2:OO-4:O»—6:O»—8:0»— 10:09 



•He THEATRE 

' VA BfcACH 



17th & Atlantic 

Today, December 10 

FUN IN 
ACAPULCO 

Elvis Presley 
Ursula Andress 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

WEDNESDAY, THURS., 

FRIDAY & SATURDAY 

DECEMBER 11 -14 

THE WONDERFUL 

WORLD OF 
BROTHERS GRIMM 

Laurence Harvey 
Clair6 Bloom 
Walter Slezak 

FEATURES: 2:00 • 4:30 - 7:09 * 
• 9:30 




Y«tt May list 



SHOP I 



J ^Tii .«''^-K, 



ATLANTIC & 25TH 
BEACH THEATRE BLD6. 




DURING 
THIS SALE! 




NOT A MOMENT TO LOOSE 

... STATEMENT OF FACT ... 

THE ESQUIRE MENS SHOP MUST LIQUIDATE THE ENTIRE STOCK OF FAMOUS NAME BRANDS OF MENS AND WOMENS 
SPORTSWEAR, HABERDASHERY AND LEISURE WEAR. WE ARE COMPLETELY DISREGARDING MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS 
COST! 

HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS!! 



Famous Brand Name DRESS SHIRTS. Broad- 
cloth, Oxfords, Madras, Wash & Wear. (QoA 
, Values To $5.08 ^VO" 



Your choice of any— $1.50. Mans TIE 



Now Only 



88c 



Imported Twill 

Pile Lined 

) Ziplin 

RAIN COATS 

Regular Value 

to $29.50 

Now Only 



Gabardine Golf JACKETS with Suede Patch tM% 
Elbow Were $7.95 '''**•'" 



1 H^~= 



I 



H" 



Mens PAJAMAS. All by famous maker. You JORA 
will Recognize these Labels. . . Your Choice *• 



3 FOR 



Mens UNDERWEAR. Tee Shirts, Boxer Shorts, *^ _- 
and Briefs. Were $1.25 Now At $ | 75 



Nationally Known Mens SPORT SHIRTS. Reg. $08(1 
Val. to $7.95 ^O^^ 



Yc J, Choice Mens SWIMWEAR. . . Now At /Z 



OFF 



Famous rJame Brand-Bulky Knit SWEATERS. 

Were $19.95 $11.80 

Sizes Sir, , Med., Large & Ex.-Large 

Mens Stretch BELTS. Were $2.50. While they P0|i 
last Now OnlyOOU 

Your Choice— Leather Goods, Novelties, \^g^ 
Shave Lotions' Limited At / 3 

OFF 



Limited Quantity 



Mens Famous Brand BERMUDA SHORTS. (QfiA 
Were $5.95. Sizes 28 to 44. ' ^W"" 



Famous Brand Ban-Lon HOSE. Were $1-50. CO a 
3 pair $2 Now OOU 



I 



Your Favorite Nylon Hooded WHALERS 



Only 



$280 



Man tailored to perfection 

All of the finest Imports & 

Domestic Woolens. 

SPORT COATS 

Reg. Value to $45. 



$ 



23 



Harris tweed worsted Flan- 
nels & etc. 



12 FOR 



Mens Satin Border HANDKERCHIEFS Were a ^ ^6 
25c each Now At •Pi 5o 



Our very best TIES. Values to $3.50. t"! fifi 

Your Choice ^T^® 



Our Regular Cotten-Twill PANTS. All sizes. 
Ivy & Continental Models Now Only 



$490 



Your Choice-Ladies SWIMWEAR . . Now 



A.y5 



Meticulously tailored fash 
ioned right with that slim 
trim look. 

DRESS PANTS 

and SUCKS 

Were $18.95 

Now Only 



STORE HOURS 
DURING 



9 



$1180 




k 



Hundreds to select from 
in all colors and sizes. • 



2 

OFF 



Your choice of famous brand mens bulky tAQA 
knit SWEATERS. Were $15.95 .... Novf At *W°" 



Mens Ivy Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS. 
Values to $7.95 



$380 



Your choice— Nationally advertised Mens IjL 
JEWELRY At /2 



OFF 



l§5§uirr 

Viiss 

SHOP 



fiJUiol 




9:30 



A.M. TO 



9:30 



P.M. 



MEN'S SUITS 

National known brands. 
Reg. $59.50 

'34 

Shorts, Regulars & Longs 



AHENTION! LADIES 

For You Too! We Have Bargains 

You Will Never Equal 






BERMUDA SHORTS. Were To $5.95. 

Beautiful Ladies SKIRTS. Were to $8.95. 



$290 
$480 



Famous Brand BLOUSES. Were T^ $3.95 . . At " *" 
PLUS MANY MORE - Come See And Be Convinced 



JUST A FEW OF THE MANY FAMOUS NAME BRAND OFFERED 

DURING THIS 



CLOTHING 



SPORTSWEAR 



HABERDASHERY 



GOING 



OJUTiol 




SALE 



CLIPPER CRAiT 
MARgUIX RAY 
bjiVEN SEAS 
CHAMPION 
PENCRAFT 



CHIEF APPERAL 
PETERS WHALERS 
ADLER HOSE 
GREAT DANE 
BRENTWOOD 



VAN HEUSEN 

MADLSON 

SWANK 

RUMP 

SMOOTHIE 



AND 
RLANY 
MORE! 



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606 ■ 17th St.. Vi. BmcN, Vi. fhem 9M9^n\ 
COA/UVIERCIAL and RESIDINTIAl WIRING 

CARRIER WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING 
UNITS AT ftAKSAIN PRCES 

eiECTRICAL SUMKS AND IWti^ 

AUTHORIZED HOUSIPOWIIl CONTIWCtO!! 

LARGE and iiMAU APPLIANCf RNiAM 






MERCURY-COMET 



Complete Service On All Makes Of Care 

PICKUP and DELIVERY 
, Factory - Tralitad Mechanics 




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Oldast &cclusiv« 

AAarcury 

Dealer* 

MOTORS, INC. 

857 Virginia Beach Bh^d. - Virginia Beach - 428-71 21 



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4Hi Day of D aca wAar, 19^ 
OWm or PUWJTCATION 

mm mMmm ti a, i 

V. : 

MAIMUBU nOOHA, at al.. : 

The object of this suit is to 
clear tte titte to the tydow-de- 
scribed property, and tor the 
Court to adjud^ and declare that 
Uie complaiiHtnts herein are the 
ribK)lute and free simple owners 
to the below-described property, 
and lar mch other ud ftuthv 
gen«nd i«U^ «s tiia nature ol 
tiMlr mM tmy require, or is to 
e<puty shaU seem mete; and an 
affidavit having been mailed and 
filed, that due dUig^ce has b^n 
used by a^d OB %S0 of the com- 
plainants to aieti^^ in what 
county or corportthm MANUHU 
•ROOHA, JULIA BRIOKHOUSE 
and DANM. BRIOKHOUSE are, 
without effect, and that EWEMIA 
aOOHA JEtmim ^ a nou^si- 
4«it of this state, whoae kst 
ksown Post Onk;e nMrm m 106 
Mill Street, Brooklyn, New Yoilc; 
iuid tile Sill of Complaint filed 
herein stating that there are or 
may be other persons interested 
in the subject matter to be dis- 
posed of in this aiit whose names 
are unluxmn aiKl whose last 
loiorwn PojA OMee ad(b««tes are 
unknown, and who are made par- 
ties to this proceeding by the 
general description "parties un- 
known" and an affidavtt having 
been made and filed, that th^ are 
unknown, such unknown parties 
being the heirs-at-law and next of 
kin, surviving consorts, if any, 
devisees, successors in title and 
lien creditors of Manuel Rocha, 
Julia Brickhouse and Daniel 
Bnckhouse; it is 

ORDERED, that the above- 
named defendants, to-wit: MAN- 
IM. ROCHA, JULIA BRICK- 
HOI^ DAKIEL BRIOKHOUSE 
UKi EUIPEMIA ROCHA JEN- 
KI^, or if any of them be 
de^, their heirs at law, next of 



Priced to take 
home m(o)??"'" 





BbdrsLOBoker 



U112V4" Utility 
WUUT 

TMs natern MgMd, 
.higb inpset, carrylni 
case contains the U-100 
M" drill wMh acctssories 
aad ittKkmMts for all 
those home and shop 
projects. 

Included with each Rxkit 
a FREE copy ot "H«ir To 
Choose and 

Use Power amoQ 
Tools." ^13.00 



BfackaOBohen* 

U-tOOV4"Utt% DRILL 

Now . . . Black a Dtcker offert « y^•' 
drill at the lowest price ever. With a 
U.L. industrially listed motor this drill 
ftituras extra power at a naw lew 
prica. Another outstanding yaliw. 

^ $9.88 



• UOAl Nonos 



Wli, U M|r, «ad (bair Uea ondi- 
ttrs, and in ofter persons wfto 
are or may be intere^d in the 
siAject matter to t)e dl^wd kA 
in this m^M M ^Am najMM 
are unknMMi m^ -MlDae tet ItaM 
Office aHfaiMH «• vakmm, 
and who im OMde piittw to W& 
proceediiiM by ^ geewa) <fe- 
Krtpuon ^lam w^nam". do 
appear w^b te ^s alter ^a 
jwblication of ^ik Order and do 
what is necesary to protect their 
interests. 

that the toeg^g fm^cm ^ this 
Order be iwblished once a week 
for four successive weeks in the 
Vir^aia B«a«^ Sun News, a a«ws- 
paper i^U^ed m ti^ C^ df 
Vii^in^ Beach, Vki^a. 
A copy T*^: 

JOHN V. FENTRSSS, Clerk 
BY: Ifaify 1^. White O.C. 
YMUm and fCELLAM, P.Q. 
90Mm or TRADiE BUIjDING 

12-10 4TU 

Comnponwealdi of Virgima, In 
the dark's Office of the Circuit 
Coort of the City iA VIrgiDia 
Bteach, Ml the 12th day oi No- 
vnnlMa, 1963. 
LUCILLE HARDY, Plaintiff, 

again^ 
Albert Hardy, Defendant. 

The object of thb suit is to 
obtain a diw>rce a vinculo ma;- 
trimonii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of three years 
separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the d^uid- 
ant is a non-resident of tiie State 
of Virginia, the lasit iuiown post 
office address being: Fort Lau- 
derdale, Fla. 

It is ordered that \» do appear 
here wi^iin ten (10) days after 
due {Miblication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to (votect 
his interest in this suit 

A c<^y — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

BY: Mary M. White 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beaoh, Virginia 

11-19-4TU 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, December 10, 1963 



Page 7 




428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



lCro^"SI?R!S" 



30 Appliartc* Services 



VACTJWM CLIAN^S— Hoover, 
^les and s^ince. Prompt ef- 
fMent repairs. Pick up and 
deUVery. Phone GA 8-4222. 
Fuel Feed & Building Sup- 
pUes. Inc. 



31 Mdinf-ltapaMng 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Eaetrical — Air Conditioning 

PMMCISS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICiU. 

SUPPLIERS, INC, 

Phone 426-2660 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



Medical Records Librarian. Full 
or part time. Contact Adminis- 
trator, General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 




your choice Black s Decker 

DRILL KIT. JIG SAW. SANDER $1 Q.88 




U-151 Utility JIGSAW 



The quality reputation Insures you 
BSD craftsmanship with such fea- 
tures as 3000 cutting strokes/mln. 
Mid an air flow cooling ^ . _ -,_ 
flrstam for a continu- C1Q Hfl 
Sly tlaan (Mttern line, ■* ' ••'''' 




UHlCmiitySANOER 

Save 90% on hand sandinc time and 
work. Do away with th« druiarv of 
hand sanding with tills easy to han- 
dle sender that featurat perfect 
balance Kid ruusd _j_ __ 
cwistructlon for lon| ^]9.8S 



Blaok&Decken* 

U-152 Utility JIG SAW KIT 

Verutile U-151 Utility jig saw with fea- 
tures to handle straight or design cuts 
in wood, metal or plastic In a handy 
storage and carrying case with three 
assorted blades and blade wrench. 

$22.88 





U-137C V/i^ 
Utility SA^ 

WITH FREE 

CARRYING CASE ^ 

Blaok&Deokm* 

The saw with the size the pros prefer 
plus basic sawing accessories Is now 
available to you in • FREt all ttael 
carrying case. 



$49.«8 




Blacks. Deokon' \ 

FOR CHRISTMAS 



Va. Beach Hardwara 
329 Va. Beach Blvd. 



I 




This BIG BiD built motor is IJ.L rated at ' 
4.0 imps., and (ta»lops .35 H.P. You'll 
have power to spare itt taodUsf tN heavi- 
est jobs, and with new oil impregnated bear- 
ing blocks yoy will ren^vs ' ^.^ «« 
trouble fm wrwee lift. t^.oB 



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U-1170 

DRILL 

ACCESSORY 

CHRISTMAS 

STOCKING 

$3.98 

Tha ideal 
gift for d^ 

22utafuf acetstortes 

to use with any nuik« 
^^to #fft. 




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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
pursuaiart to Sections 2»J125,:^126 
and 29-127 of the Code of Virgin- 
ia, the Commission of Game and 
Inland Fisheries on November 9, 
196 3 adopted the following 
changes in its Regulations. 

Amencted Regulation 75 to read 
as follows: 

75. raOT LINES OR SET 
POLES: It §hall ibe lawful to use 
trot lines or set poles statewide, 
with the exception of all stocked 
trout waters and within 600 feet 
of any dam, for the purpose of 
taking ,pon-game fish and turtles 
provideNd no live bait is used. 

Rescincted Regulation 105 which 
reads as follows: 

105. SEASON FOR FISHING 
EAST OF BLUE RIDGE MOUN- 
TAINS .AND IN PUBLIC IM- 
POUNDIMENTS STATEWIDE: tt 
shall be lawful to fi^ at any time 
for any species of fish in all public 
impounded waters of the State 
and in all public streams east of 
the Blue Ridge Mountains ex- 
cept, however, in the public 
streams east of the Blue Ridge 
Mountains which have been stock- 
ed with trout where it shall be 
unlawful to fish at any time ex- 
cept during the open season for 
taking trout. 

The foregoing shall become e£ 
fective January 1, 1964. 
COMMISSION OF GAME 
AND INLAND FISHERIES 
T. O. Watkins, Chairman ' 
12-10-63-lT 

ANNOUNCEMENT^ 



44 P etition Wanted— Male 

Retired business executive inter- 
ested in obtaining full or part 
time position. Familiar with all 
phases of sales, service, adver- 
tising, promotion, and public 
relations. For interview, please 
write Box 101, Sundews. 3106 
Pacific Ave. 



42 H«!p Wantad-Male or Femala 



OHOIR DIRECTOR. Francis As- 
bury Methodist Chruch. 1«71 
Great Neck Rd. 464-5016. 

MERCHANDISE 

»0 Articlaa For Sale 

DISHWASHERS - Automatic - 
Under-counter Hot Point. One 
floor ^onple $100 and one in 
the carton $120. B^rand new 
machines left from contractor 

. job. Well worth $250 each. 
Walsh Furniture, 17th and 
Baltic Ave., dial 428-3291. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply. Inc. 



PlANOS-jUsed. Spinets, Grands, 
Uprights. Concert iPiano Tuner. 
James A. Kelly. Call 428-6237 
7-9 a.m. and 8-11 p.m. 

SU'RFBOARDS. New and used. 
Ideal Christmas gifts. See at 206 
28th St., Virginia Beach. 



MERCHANDSE 



93 Household Goods 



ANTIQUES — Handcarved wood- 
en duck decoys; cobblers 
bench, saddle seat; steins, in 
china and pewter; t(^acco cut- 
ters; coffee grinders; pitchere 
and bowls, different shapes and 
sizes; Imari, Rose medallion 
punch bowls, plates. Jean N. 
Miller Antiques, 518 Laskin Rd, 
Phone 4281250 after 6 p.m. for 
fecial appointment. 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for every 
room in the house. $4.95 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture. 17th & Baltic. 



DINING ROOM SUITES— 2 com- 
frtete. One mahogany, 10 pieces. 
$75. One oak, 8 pieces. $65 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 Colonial Rd., 
Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



Furniture of all kinds upholstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all custom made and fitted. 
Hilltop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used fiimiture. 



Electric refrigerators — ^Large and 
apartment size. Used. Good con- 
dition. From $40. Hirtz Bazaar, 
227 First Colonial Rd., Oceana. 
428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



Refrigerators, freezers, stoves, 
living room furniture, clocks, 
rugs, books, bedroom furniture, 
paint, radios, mattresses, 
springs, porch furniture, metal 
cabinets, brie - a - brae, sofas, 
chairs, chests, linoleum. You 
name it — we have it and at rea- 
sonable prices and easy terms. 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 First Colonial 
Rd., Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 
to 9. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



A^\ Rooms Without BomhI 



Suite of rooms, or combination 
living room, bedroom. Private 
bath. Private entrance. 310 47th 
St. 428-1049. 



TELEVISION— All makes. Used. 
R e c n ditioned. Guaranteed. 
From $50. Budget Terms. Beach 
Services, 428-7021. 



Small pine antique table $10. 
Maple buffet $15. Odds and 
ends. Can 428-8909. 

Upright Piano in excellent condi- 
tion. Several antique chests 
and mirrors. Antique love seat 
Cherry dining room table. Sev- 
eral oriental rugs. Located at 
904 Brandon Rd. Phone 
GA8«4!30. 



10 Spocial Notices 



BRIEKJE LESSONS — Beginners 
and Intermediates. Can come to 
your home to teach one or two 
tables. Dial GA 8-5122. Mrs. At- 
kinsM, 107 44th St. 



MERCHANDISE 



93 Household Goods 



APPLIANCES 



CUSTOM TYPING SERVICE — 
All types of tjrping to order: 
manuscript, business letters, en- 
velope addressing, stencils, ed- 
iting by English majors-college 
graduates. If you iwed secre- 
tarial service occasionally, even 
a single letter, let us take care 
of your work. Rates on request. 
Call GA 8-4355, 211 78to 5t. 
Virginia Beach. 



11 Traaaportation 



A & P Driveaways Inc. — ^We will 
deliver ywii cw to or isvm my 
dty. CavEM^ ariaobed (taivws. 



FREEZER 

Amana 16 cu. ft. Upright Re- 
possessed — Used 14 months — 
Sold new $495.00— Reduced to 
$248.00. Easy terms. 

AUTOMATIC 

WASHER 

Maytag — Rectmditioned guaran- 
teed 1 year parts and service- 
beautiful condition — goes at 
S99.95 to first caUer. 

AUTOMATIC 

DRYER 

Frigidaire Electric. Belonged to ' 
millionaire who only dried hand- 1 
kerchiefs — Steal it from us for 
$69.95. 

GAS RANGE 

Magic Chef— 36". You won't 
believe it's been used, but it has. 
Make us an offer at $50.00. 

PRICE'S, Inc. 

HILLTOP 

VA. BEACH. VA. 

TEU GA 8-3514 



110 Apartments Unfurnished 

APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
unfurnished. All price ranges. 
Cooper Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

24% Street. 2 bedrooms, living 
room, dining room,* kitchen, 
bath. First floor. Yard. Conven- 
ient to shopping. Reasonable 
yearly rent, GA 8-5016. 

Two bedroom. New unfurnished 
a p a rtment. Gatewood Park, 
2213 Wolf St, $80 per month, R. 
L. DeHart. 340-8591, 340-8311. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartments Furnished 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efficiencies com- 
pletely^ furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can furnish ev- 
erything but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
8-9701. 

42M) ST.— Near Cavalier Hotel. 
Bachelor apartment, yearly. 
Water included. Gas heat. 
S(Teened porch. Available now. 
GA 8-1722. 



16th Street — 2-bedroom steam- 
heated. Suitable for 2 couplK. 
Reasonable. Also 24th' St. 1 or 
2-bedroom apartment for yearly 
rental. Reasonable. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 



Occa^ Court Motel Apartments, 
206- 13th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. Bv 
week or montlL 



In the heart of the Beach. Special 
low winter rates or yearty rent- 
als. Also rooms at low rales. 
GA&*713. 



1-2-3 room apartments. $75-$125 
month. Utilities furnished. Sun 
Tide Motel. Dial 428-1828. 



One bedroom. Nicely furnished, 
very comfortable and home- 
like. Yearly rental to adults. 
HoUand, 411 22nd st. GA8-2^1 



2 bedrooms, living room, modem 
kitchen, new refrigerator and 
stove. Reasonable rent. Phone 
587-4776. If no answer, caH 
after 5 p.m. 



114 Housas For Rent 



LONDON BRIDGE RD, 221 - 2 
bedrooms, oil heat, fenced yard. 
Furnished or unfurnished. Con- 
venient to Oceana. 428-7086. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

lil Investment Property 

DUPLEX— Each apartmerit con- 
sists of living room with fire- 
place, dining room, kitchen, 2 
bedrooms, bath, and 2 porches. 
Live in one and rent the other. 
Good investment. CaM BiU Aus- 
tin 341-3232 or 341-4755. Good- 
man - Segar - Hogan. 



124 Houses For Sale 



KmC'S GRANT. 425 Cantebury 
Dr. Pay equity and assume 
F.H.A, loan. 3 bedroom, unfin- 
ished family room, 2 baths. On 
lake. Ownej- R. L. DeHart. 
340-8591, 34(r8311. 

i r 

127 Sale or Exchange 



FL Lauderdale, Florida — Water- . 
front home, 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, furnished or unfurnish- 
ed, central airconditioning and 
heat. Beautifully landscaped. 
Sprinkler system. Assume own- 
ers equity or will trade for Vir- 
ginia Beach area home or va- 
cant lots. Call owner 596-8076, 
177 Saunders Rd., Hampton, 
Virginia. 

128 Real Estate Wanted 



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WITH 

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nights 428-1490 

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NORTH END, Land side— 2% 
bedrooms, bath, living room, 
kitchen and dining area, front 
porch, enclosed rear patio. Ex- 
tremely high lot: Forowi warm 
air heating with humidifier. 
Fully furnished. $120 monthly. 
Days 428-3997. Night 428-1139. 



Four rooms and bath. Furnished. 
Floor furnace. Gas heat. Hot 
and cold water. Dial GA8-5939 



Lot Wanted. 50 x 100. Below 
$3,000. Old Virginia Beach «rea—— J 
as far west as Linlier. Reply 
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111 Apartments Furnished 

25th Street, 202 — 1 bedroom 
apartments. $65 yearly. CaM 
Jard Realty GA 8-6666. 



Furnished ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 

42ND ST.— Yearly, water includ- 
ed. Living room, bedroom, 
bath, kitchen, breakfast room, 
screened porch, 2 large closets, 
storage attic. Couple preferred. 
GA8-1722. 

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(B»prJated, exactly as written, 
T»^ ipecial penniraion from the 
NcHth I^de.) 

Dtir Santa: 

I love you very nmch. ttea« 
Itave me a lot of toys at Xmas 
Plwae be pwd to all the poor 
Wtle iwys and girls that do not 
^rve any mothers or dads. Will 
be lookii^ for you real soon. 
Love, David 

daar Santa: 

How are things at the north 
pole? I want the combat set, and 
the eteetric toothbrush, and socks, 
and school clothes, and a coat. 
but don't forget a stuffed Santa 
doll. And a wrprise in ray stock- 
ing! Merry Christmas Santa. 
Love, Curtis 



Daar Santa: 

I love you. If you can T want 
a Kissy doll and if you can I love 
you. I win have some cake and 
milk for you. Melody would like 
a Betsy McCall doll. Nancy wants 
a T^ny Tmts. Robert wants a 
ti»in. Ruthie would like a doU 
that you pick out. 
With love from the L children 



Daar Sanfa: 

I wiU UiK to hove Charming 
Chatty, I will like to have a case, 
I will like to have sonw clothe*. 
I will like to have son» jewelry, 
I will like to share my toys. 
Ttenk yotffor my toys. 

Love Mwy 



■mm Taiftftat 

I know 1 am I mue early but I 
"trnk to beat the rurii. For Christ- 
mas I want a Tammy dall and 
b^ cI(M»s. 4 pair of underpants. 
4 wider trtirts, lor me. 2 pair of 
bhie tights. 2 pair of tan tigts. 1 
pair of white tights, and 2 pair of 
black tights, for me. 1 pair of 
leather gloves with fur in side, 
black if possible, if no black any 
color. A pair of sliper socks, any 
ODku*. 

Iliank you, Judy 



Daar Sanfa: 

here Are the things 1 want for 
Christmas. A Pi^no. A Baby. Doll 
XMm. Bake Set. A ^ove. A 
Refrigerator. A Cabinate. I Will 
leaVe you Some Cake and Milk 
Under 'ttie Christmas tree. 

Bonita 



Daar Sanfa: 

My name is Gail. I try to be 
good but sometimes do liUle t»d 
things. I would like to have these 
things for Christm^, a dre;^ up 
set. Chatty Cathy, buffy, , snow 
cone, criJa, dishes. Thank You. 
Love, Gail 



Daar Santai 

fdease bring me 1. > give-a 

^ow projector 2. A tractor 3. 

pteaae fix my record i^ayer. I 

have been a good boy. Thank you. 

Stuart (age 4) 



Daar Sanfa: 

iPlease bring me a choo choo 
work train with some flat cars 
and sonw coal cars and some togs 
for the flat cars and a stop light 
BKi a train station with some little 
men and a turning track and a 
little hill and a little blac* ca- 
boose. And little tunnel. And a 
little naan at the end of the ca- 
booae. Thank you very much. 
Love, Kevin 



Daar Santaf 

•I deaned up my room today. 
And I have been a good boy. I 
would Mke lota of toys like this, 
train tUn^, t(^s and games, and 
lots of oli»r thii^, too. And 
would y«i bring a gift for Mama 
and D^y. Tlien would ^m 
pfease send a couple gifts to the 
po<ar |»ople. Then aho give .tt» 
]»or p^ple homes and ^^iO^^ 
too. I wish everybo^ a Merry 

Qiriataas. 

Tonamy 



LOCAL FIRM IS 
SUBJECT OF SUIT 

VIRGINIA BEACH— A Virginia Beach laboratory with a 
name similar to one oH the nation's leading pharmaceutical firms has 
aeen sued for $50,t)00 for violating ^e larger firm's trademark and 
patent rights. ^ 

The suit agauist Lilley Laboratories Iiw., of Virginia Beach, 
was filed Tues^y in U. S. Dis- 1 — -; 



trict Court in Norfolk by Eli 
Lilly and Co. of Indiana. 

Heber B. Ulley organized the 
laboratory here in 19^ when he 
applied for and received a Charter 
for the "manufacturing, distribu- 
tion and marketing of pharmaceu- 
tical and related products." 

Virginia Beach Attorney Rich- 
ard G. Brydges said Wednesday 
he was contacted last summer by 
Hunton, Williams, Gay, Powell & 
Gibson of SUchmo^d, one of the 
south's largest legal firms, for as- 
sistance in the case. •,,rto,,rtnao ». ,«rj. •. 

The. Richmond firm ntfUfied .J "f 70.»86, ^^ISfS 't 

yney in August, 1982, that EU ^l.t^-'^^i.f *f . ^\ ^f ^ $213- 
Ully intended to sue if the local |™"^°I!iP«y'^^«^"l ^^ ^ave spent 



drug cDuntei^ a month or so ago 
and the suit action followed. 

The suit contends that the In- 
diana firm, incorporated in 1876, 
has its trademark registered in 
feigland, Canada, Mexico, Argen- 
tina, Brazil, India, Colombia, Aus 
tralia, Switzerland, Italy, West 
G e r many, Venezuela, France, 
Peru and the Philippines and that 
its products are distributed in 133 
coun tries. 

It further states that its total 
annual sales in 1950 



were 

was 



laboratory continued to use the 
Lilley name, Brydges said. 

Products distributed by Lilley 
Laboratories, Inc. apf^ared on 



Zip Code 
Speeds Yule 
Mailings 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Santa 
Claus should be getting his Chri*. 
mas mail a littte bit faster this 
year now that he has a ZIP Code 
number. 

In addition, the Vlr^nia Beach 
Senior ^unba* ef Commerce is 
trying to relieve the C^istmas 
mall rush at the Poat Office with 
mail boxes for "l^nta's mail only." 

The boxes, located at the 24th 
Street and Seapin^ stations, are 
easily distinguished from the reg- 
ular mail boxes by then' bnght 
red color and white markings. 

Chairman • Tom Embree has 
asked that children use these 
box^ to mail their letters to 
Santa. "Letters placed in these 
boxes go direct to the North Pole 
and don't have to go through the 
r^ular mail procedures," he ex- 
plains. 

Children should also remember 
to use their own ZIP Code num- 
bers on their return addresses to 
help Santa find them faster. 

Santa's ZIP Code, Incidentally, 
is 9^1, according to informed 



Murces. 



over $73 million in advertising 
since 1953 and $9-million alone in 
advertising vitamins. 

Lilly company of Indiana 
claims the Virginia Beach firm 
has been distributing vitamin and 
pharmaceutical products under 
the trade names of Lilley Labora- 
tories Inc., Lilley, Lilicap and Lili- 
vit. 

Brydges said he expects a tem- 
porary injunction to prohibit the 
distribution of these products will 
be made after the first of the year. 



Birdneck Point 
Tree Lighting 



BIRDNECK — The Bhdneck 
Point Communfty League will 
hold its annual Christmas tree 
lighting ceremony Sunday at 4:30 
p.m. at the intersection of Cardin- 
al Road and Kildeer C^Htrt. 

The conmiunity's two garden 
clu^, Birdneck Point and Car- 
dinal, will co-sponsor the event 
and provide decorations and can- 
dy. "The iMgue will furnish the 
lighting. 

League President Pinkney S. 
Cook will open the festivities and 
welcome Santa Claus who will 
give candy canes to all the child- 
ren. Group singing and music will 
follow. 

All residents of Birdneck Point 
are invited to attend and are re- 
quested to bring a food or money 
donation for needy fanulies. 





Broad Bay Manor will remain unchange d by its surrounding farm land has been sold for a 
deluxe housing development. (Boice Photo) 

BROAD BAY MANOR PURCHASED 



Awry Evutf, 2, ai^ Jim Evam, 4, post a letter te NcMlh 
Pole (klivery whifc Emto», left, and postmaster J(»e{rti T. 
Cr(»swlute Xofk. on. (BaMwm ^oto) 



GREAT NECK — Another of 
the city's most historical sites, 430 
acres of Broad Bay Manor farm, 
has been sold for development of 
a deluxe planned community. 

Oscar B* Efiiebee Jr., vice 
presadent of Goodman-Segar-Ho- 
gan 'Residential Sales Corp., an- 
nounced Tuesday ttiat the proper- 
ty was purchased for "slightly 
over a million dollars" by Jaeob 
Brody, a Norfolk builder. 

Broad Bay Manor, home of the 
late John B. Dey, is presently 
the home of Mr. and Mrs| J. Fur- 
man Dey and Mrs. John Dey. The 
family has retained the Manor 
house and about five acres and 
plan to continue living there. 

Property involved in the sale 
is about 430 acres lying on both 
sides of Great N«;k Road and 
fronting for over a mile on Broad 
Bay. 

Jaycees Seeit 
First Citizen 

PiRINOES SANNE — The Prin- 
cess Anne Junior Chamber of 
Commerce is again seeking a 
young Virginia Beach citizen to 
receive its distinguished service 
award. 

This is the third year the club 
has sponsored this award. It is 
open to residents between the 
ages of 21 and 35 and the recip- 
ient will be selected by a panel 
of three non-Jaycee judges. 

The award will be presented at 
the organization's annual Bosses' 
Night Banquet to be held Jan. 24 
at the Bay Harbour Club, accord- 
ing to Joseph T. Buck, project 
director. 

Nominations will be accepted 
until Jan. 1 and may be sent to 
Larry Wicks, 210 Critfield 
Road, Virginia Beach, or Har^ 
ry Ironmonger, 1090 Kemps- 
ville Road, Norfolk. They are 
co-chairmen of the committee. 
InformMion on nominations 
and rservations for the banquet 
may be obtained by calleding ei- 
ther WidB at 341-1268 or Iron- 
monger at 497-6780. Reservations 
must be made l»fore Jan. 22. 

AI% on the agenda at the ban- 
quet will be the presentation of 
SPOKE and SPARK PLUG 
awards, which are presented to 
Jaycees who have done an out- 
standing job during the club year. 

1^ Bodies' Ni^ is an annual 
fwture of Junior Chamber 
groups throughout the country. It 
is <todtcirted to boa» vrt» aip- 
port the Jaycees and recognize 
the valw <rf the oi^aaiatton. 



Plans for the 550-site commun- 
ity were unveiled by Attorney Ed- 
win Kellam at a meeting of the 
P 1 a nning Commission Monday 
night. 

The TBrody Organization, head- 
ed t^ lac^ Brody, has req^a^d 
rezoning in the area to permit 
tJie subdivision. 

Plans call for a school site, a 
recreational area with boat dock- 
ing facilities and a small shopping 
center to serve the community's 
residents. ^ 

To be called Broad Bay Han- 
tation, the development will in- 
volve homes in the $25,000 to 
$75,000 range, Kellam said. Lots 
will be sold to individual home 
owners and custom builders. 

Brody said he plans to de- 
velop the sita along the lines of 
Maadowbrook Terrace, main- , 
taining a cobnial influence, 
with architectural control of the 
homes to be built on large sites. 

. Some of the innovations for 
the subdivision are large sites 
and interesting street patterns, 
with all utilities probably being 
placed underground. 

No homes will front on Great 
Neck Road, however, since sev- 
eral church ates and neighbor- 
hood shopping centers will be lo- 
cated along the road. 

Dates Back to 1636 

Broad Bay Manor was built on 
an original land grant to Thomas 
Allen in 1636. The house was 
constructed in three different 
eras and follows a brick Georgian 
architecture. 

The present dining room was 
the original wing built in 1640. 
It has walls 16 inches thick and 
warming cabinets built at each 
end of the old fireplace. 

Four more rooms were added 
to the structure by Lemuel Cor- 
nick in 1770. The manor has for 
many years ibeen opened for the 
Historical Garden Tour. 

Brody has been associated with 
land development and building in 
the Tidewater area for a number 
of years. Among the residential 
subdivisions he has created in the 
past few years are Camellia 

TRANTWOOD SCHOOL 
HAS OPEN HOUSE 

GREAT NECK — Trantwood 
School will hold an open house 
and Christmas program Tuesday 
at 7:30 pjn. 

Tlw Sth, 6th, and 7th grade 
chorus will preseirt musk and a 
^y, "The Chridbnas ^c»y." 



Homes, Wexford Terrace, East 
Lynne and Meadowbrook Ter- 
race. He is also a partner in and 
developer of Southern ShoK>ing 
Center and the Sussex at No]> 
folk Apartments. 



Council Hears 
Complaints Of 
Area Residents 

VIRGINU BEACH — A dele- 
gation of residents from the Brad" 
ford Acres section of Bayside 
complained to City Council 
Monday of a pollution problem in 
Lake Bradford. 

The complaint arose when 
council heard an application for a 
use permit for a sewage treat- 
ment plant. The plant would 
serve a 99-unit Home's Motor 
Lodge propo^ at the intersec- 
tion of Shore Drive and flie Che- 
sapeake Bay bridge-tunnel ap- 
proach road. 

Jack E. O'Connor, of the 700 
block of Bradford Ave., present- 
ed petitions to council which he 
said were signed by 225 residents 
in the area. 

The petitions ask that the exist- 
ing practice of dumping in Lake 
Bradford be Stopped and that the 
proposed motel be prohibited 
from disposing of its treated ef- 
fluent there. 

City Planning Director F. Ma- 
son Gamage said the Planning 
Commission had recommended 
approval of a permit for the mo- 
tel's treatment plant if certain 
conditions are met. 

He said the commission wants 
the State Water Control Board 
to approve any stream into which 
the plant would send the effluent. 

Ted Burnett, spokesman for the 
Bradford Acres Civic League, 
said the developers proposed to 
pipe the effluent across Shore 
Drive to a creek and opposed such 
a plan on the grounds that the 
creek overflows when there is a 
heavy rainfall. 

Bayside councilman Lawrence 
Marshall said the developers of 
the proposed motel and re^urant 
had asked that the matter be de- 
ferred to give them a chance, to 
explain their plans tq the resi- 
dents. 

Council voted to defer action on 
the use-permit until January. 

Marshall said that City Attor- 
ney George Vakos had told him 
he was "pretty certain" that some- 
thing could be done to halt Uie 
practice of dumping waste ma- 
terials in Lake Biadf(»xl. 



EDUCATION MIGHT 
BENEFIT FROM 
SAL CLASSES -COX 

VIRGINIA BEACH— School Supt. Frank W. Cox, wlio re- 
cently returned from a 21 -day field study of educational reforms in 
the Scandinavian countries and Russia, said Tuesday the U. S. 
might do well to consider extending the length of the school y«rf 
and holding Saturday classes. 

Cox also said he was "rather concerned that we're not doing 
enough language-wise" in con- ■ 



trast with the countries he visit- 
ed where students are ^)ending 
six years studying Engli^. 

"iPerhaps the pendulum has 
swung too far in the United States 
in favor of athletics," he said. 
"We should teach with fewer dis- 
tractions. The time spent by stu- 
dents in school are precious mo- 
ments." 

He said he felt physical educa- 
tion was important but the em- 
phasis could be placed on after- 
school athletics. 

In Russia, he said, educators 
go so far as to lock the doors to 
the school to avoid distraction. 

Cox was the only Virginian on 
the tour which included educa- 
tors from 34 states. The purpose 
of the trip was to study reforms 
in education systems which have 
taken place in recent years. The 
trip was sponsored by the Com- 
parative Education Society, the 
National School Boards Associa- 
tion and Phi Delta Kj^ppa, pro- 
fessional education fraternity. 

Cox spoke Tuesday at the reg- 
ular monthly meeting of Virginia 
Beach public school principals 
where he discussed what he had 
seen and presented his own ob- 
servations. 

- The sroup^ sougi>t,-i^,«wiu^] Vi»iir TrdMl* 

the Scandinavian and Russian ■t^^'Tf- »i«»xtv 
schools on flue basis of the aims 
of their own systems rather than 
by U.S. standards he said. 

In Russia he said, the admitted 
purpose of education is to pro- 
duce loyal Soviet citizens who are 
willing to subordinate their own 
desires to the will of the State. 

"The education system there is 
geared entirely to the gross na- 
tional product," he said. 

Since its educational reform of 
1^8, Rusaa has required all stu- 
dents to engage in some sort of 
work after seven or eight years 
of compulsory education, accord- 
ing to Cox. , 

At this stage Russian children 
work two days a week while they 
continue their schooling he said. 
Then they may either enter a 
newly instituted type of three- 
year secondary school with close 
ties to factory or farm work, or 
they may enter a "technicum" 
or secondary trade school. 

But, Cox pointed out, the 
choice isnt necessarily theirs. If 



they are considered to have out- 
standing mental abilities they may 
be put into special Khools im 
gifted children. 

Cox said he knew of nothing in 
this country which compared with 
the many, vast research centera 
in the Soviet Union. 

In the countries visited. Cox 
said, almost all the ^ung peo- 
pie spoke English. 

The group found that teachersf 
salaries in the couirtries visited 
were lower than in the U.S. But 
the salaries for ouier profession! 
are similar. Cox said, and teaclfe 
ers find themselves on the saiNl 
economic and prestige levels ai 
other professionals. 

Cox said he was attending tWl 
Bolshoi Ballet with other menw 
bers of the tour when Presideirt;, 
Kennedy was assassinated. Thesf 
learned the news when they re- 
turned to their hotel. 

A guide translated news of th# 
event from Russian newspaper^ 

Cox said the Russians exprera- 
ed a great deal of sympathy to 
the Americans following tlitt 
shooting and usually asked for a 
moment of silence preceding dis* 
cussibn of other matters. 



Light In Use - - 

VIRGINIA BEACH — There 
is a new traffic signal ii^it at 
the comer of Laskin Road ami 
Oriole Drive whidi ahouM allai- 
viate a aerious traffic hazartf ift 
that busy Interaection. 

The light was recently in- 
stalled by the city at the recemi' 
mendatien of the Buraau of 
Traffic safety. 

The new I'ght should eid 
motorlets turning off Laskin 
Road into the thriving Laskm 
Road Shopping Center, it was 
peintad out. 



COURTHOUSE P-TA 

PRINCESS ANNE — The 
Courthouse School PTA will hold 
a bake sale and the presentation 
of its Christmas program, 'Tlje 
Blue Angel," at 8 p.m. Monday in 
the Kellam High School audittur- 
ium. 




Cox returned from Euiope wkfa tbis Russian newsi»per 
whkh carries the story erf Pmy^t Kennedy's assassin^cw. 

(Baldwin {Aeto) 




Virginia Beach SUN-NBA^, Thursday, December 12, 1963 




OniJml - ''We'H Decoiate Your Idea'' - Unimnt 

Mrs. A^oor^'s Bakery 



NEXT TO ^E>U> SUPER MARKET 
90TH ST. VIRGINIA BEACH 



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B & PW EnbleB 
Dinoer Is Held 

\^GIfWA BEACH — The Bus- 
ill^, ami Professional Women's 
Cbife of 'Viri^nia Beach, held its 
amual Eml^m dinner re<%i^y 
at the Pine Tree ton. 

Attending the dinner were 
mendi)ers from the Tidewater, 

iPortanouth and Franklin Clubs. 
Mrs. Prudence Tedcter, Director 

\ of the Sixth DiArict was gu^ of 
honca. 

Mrs. Nancy Strickier. QiA 
Emblem Chauman, planned tiie 
eveiung program. 

Ifrs. A. 0. Parker was gues* 
sp^ter and gave the history of 
the Clufti's Emblem. 

Mrs. Sue Glascock, soloiat en- 
tertained with Christmas Songs 
accompanied by Mra. Irene Koste 
at Qm piano. 



mmi'fttmm^ttttm 



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r- 

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A^m Ihorougl^ood 

FAMED HOUSE SHOWS 

GHiiiswi$ 0^ \m 

BY RBf4 VIW-pp 
Baynde Ccmv^poMknt 

BAYSIDE— Hianks to the io^nuity and bard w<vk of die 
Thoroi^gjxKt Gankki a»*, reti<te»3 of Virgink U^nAi and Nor- 
folk area, can visit the Adam Thonnighgood hwise ami see how 
Christmas was carried out by the Virginians Uvii^ in ti^ early 1600. 

tlje hard workiM ctob numbers have fa&hioMd a most unusual 
and aotlKntk (Everyuing in the 



house roust te authentic) "Idling 
ball". This "kaaing ball" is much 
larger than those we uaially see 
and contains the nativity »ene, it 
is suspended from tbe ceiling in 
the foyer and is certainly an "eye 
catcher". Tte fir^^ces and ^airs 
are decorated wtth garlands of 
greens, all fai^iuned b^ the club 
n«nrt>ers. The earfy Virginians 
used fruits, nuts, berrtes, ^4ar 
boxwood, ivy, ho% and mMte- 
toe. 

According to Mrs. WiUiam T. 
JUadeteaiUL claiTStan of the gar- 




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IS HERE 




Fm* tfidse glamorous eveninfi 
Oiat y<^ emw $e.ntcli — Hep 
oat in i^iirtlni&tlpill fresilf 
pressed dodleii. R^iertf y Ame 

Shi L^leaners 
325 Laskin Road 

Opposite Colonial Store, 

GA8-2t01 



The 'Y' of It 




(ten chA committee, 'Hm greeu 
were acred to our aiwertara. 
Tt^ were HKm^ to carry the 
Uesaings of eternal life." "'MisOe- 
toe was supposed to omle go<Ni 
feeling among Mends ivho Ittd 
argued durteg lite y^ur md if 
they met vaOa the nxMktoe tb^r 
must sp^^'* 

The dirt* roemfcera lit the "Yt* 
Log" laiA URU^d^ at tbe bchtae 
and wberet^ star^ the d^liQ? 
(rf QtfMmas at HiorwiglgQol. 

In early tanas Ihe Yule iU>g 
va$ a i^ir^ used to i^^ off 
e^ wludh to^ till vpm a 
housebdd if tlUMi^ ngj^Qng Aere 
p^rtnlMed the flh to <fie out lie- 
fore Cbilstnas Day. To pnmMt 
Um some immber of the iU^ 
iBBj^ wateh ditti]^ tte m|^. 

The <»remoii7 lor tins C^rM- 
mas tra(Mon b^j^ v'A We 
yoUQ^; cUM of Ote taouwh^ 
pooi^ wine on the Uii <» QtAtr 
mas five, a prayer was 0vm, Vtk 
log was HgMed, and ^e Imse- 
hoMco:^ toaiAed tiie Yt^ ho^ 
turning on the ^a<th. 

A ^per is toucl^ to lite Yule 
Log toe ttvm vMeh aS oVb^ 
aaSksa in tlie boaie are li^M^. 

irtie Thorwighgwxi Iwuae will Daughters, the Junior League, 



Hie Vl^iti SiMill vtnA of 
the Y.W.CA. was r^[>onM]te laM 
week for ibe visit of Mis .time 
Gutluie. During her jrtay WbM 
Gutioie aMtts to niM« ttM 9^0W 
perwBS, uid her gv^ ^n^^ 
airee tA the ^^>rM l^eltowidii^ 
Dinner on Monday watng ail « 
precedent for futu^ ^^ ^^ 
II e r s — her ^leecft ^bday — A 
Grand and A\n^ul "Kme" was dy- 
nanuc and meaningftU. 

And— nteqy of you will wmi 
to know ttet 'mm Gu^^'s 
book "Madme AxxdHwa^r" wUl 
be on sale for $3.75 at the "Y" 
ofi^se thrmi^ (teoraAer, a xp-^ 
pealing Cbri^mas klea. 

Welcome to m isi^nutm, 
charming group of board mem- 
bers. New to 1^ Virgtatia B«ick 
YWCA ConaaMtoe M Admintatn- 
tim are: 

Mrs. Chester Bamfortti of 
Kemps\^lle, wlMm we a^odMe 
with the KemjHvUte Gaitten Ov^, 
having served as a President, uid 
^t3J& active in this organlz^ion. 

Mrs. John T. Goode lO-t^uiM) 
who %rv^ on counflen 'SHr^nk 
Beach Civic groups, indudlng the 
hospital auxiliary, Xirdb(Hii Park 
School, Junior Garden Qub, Gal- 
ilee Churdi, and oAim^ 

Mrs. H. C. Hendron of Kemps- 
ville, a Welcome Wagon IH(^e» 
in that area, anrang otl^r projeN^. 

Mrs. Daniel T. Ruislw of V^- 
ginia Beadi, assodated wlfli the 
Atlantic Cirde of the Kii^s 



be <^n weeWa:^ from 2:00 until 
$^ p.m. aAd ^indays from noon 
to 6:00 p.ni., until December 15. 
After December 15 the house will 
be dosed for the winter. 

According to Mrs. Lindemann, 
who is on the staff of the Norfolk 
Museum, ffie Tborou^good 
House preceeds anything in Wil- 
Uararinu^ by a Imndred years. I 
have not seen the Christaas de- 
coratiicms in Wllliamdiui^ y^ but 
they just can't be any prrtiier 
than what we have at Thorough- 
good. Mrs. lindemann also said 
that the early settlers celebrated 
Chris^as from I^oend>er IS to 
the E|)iphany, (Januaiy 6). M the 
conchijjon of their Ouistm&s sea- 
son none of the greenery could 
be thrown away as it was consid- 
ered bad hick. 1 all had to be 
burned. So the Tlwroughgood 
Garden Club members will bum 
the greens when the house is to 
be closed. Seven truck toads of 
greens were used in the decora- 
tions. 



CSiooM AIIT make or model- 
tat got 70iuf Aato Loan HSBEI 

In acfaWon to the kst cost of a BarA Auto Loan, 

I^M^^ ymir em bare offers you otfier special 

atknnlagm: Our seme* is quick, IIm loan afrea- 

^RMt is SOT|}la aiKi daariy stated^ piq^anU can 

|l| arranged to fit your budget conYoniantly. 

see tbe car you want-rsaa usl ^ 
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^$3 Virginia Ebach 9lvd at Princess Anne Plaza 
* 2i(^Waterworks Ro«d at Rdabins Corner 
492^ Virginia ^ach PIvd. at Aragona Village 

Cmmyc^^ilm^Vaa%y,9tAM.m I F.M.— Friday aftaooas - 4 to 7 ?M. 



Hundreds Of Appealing Gifts 
Just Come In And Seel 



. . . AND THOSE FABULOUS FRENCH TB.eWONESlI 

(AH RMdy Te Wat In Ab4 Dia^ 



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GA 8-3451 



OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 

304'IjmUb Kmri 
GA 8*S34« 



Galilee Church, and the very suc- 
cessful life-saving mA swim dais- 
es of the Y.W.C.A. 

Mrs. E. M. Thomas, who serve 
on the Board of Diredora of the 
Baylake <Plnes Civic Le^e, and 
the LiMws Out ConmiMee Bay- 
side area. 

Mrs. E. D. Hurd, i^ano and 
chancel choir nM»nber of the 
Epworth Methodist Ctounii, Bi^- 
side Ladies Da^ Ottt Coundl 
Member, and active in the BiQf- 
lake Pines Civic Leagi». 

Spearheaded by Mrs. Edgar 
Koontz, last Thursday and Friday 
were devoted to a po^er work- 
ahof. The Bayade grtHip. Were 
very well reprraeirted. 

Isn't it nice to ha^ tbe needto- 
woz^ cuiAas milUaery and <tos- 
ens of handcrafted Hems n^de in 
the fall session Y dass^ for 
Chriftoias gifts— just another ^mty 
tte YWCA enriches tto lives of 
the wom^ of Um comcnunity. 



Wifes Club Yide 



Weddings 



IWRFDLK — Miss Aarfr^ 
O^l ^^tm^^Miwd 
oM%., ^r#^^ in m 



latod at 




Party Fr^y 



iROWSING IS FUN AND PROFITABLE AT 



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42S-7088 
227 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 



OCEANA 



OPEN 9 to 9 



EASY TERAAS 



OC^^A — The Oceana OPO 
Wives Club held its last 1963 bus- 
ii^s meeting Friday. 

Ment)ers were told that tbe 
Fkhing Pond Booth at tte Arte 
& Crali^ Fair tar Cerebral I^Osy 
on Nov. 29 was very suc^s^d. 
Since the club has taken Cenbral 
PablMt chllcttM ijtt ^^o^t laf 
the year, tii' tMHteship votod 
to set kM^^Wpmi M 
the t^ntl^ oiMe Hha tok Wb 
cause. ' ' "■'" 

Tte dub w% h(M a (^r^mas 
buffet (ttnhef nldby' sA i:$0 pM. 
at the CPp'Qxis/%kTamiM% asft 
huabaMtt.'d)dttal|i'i^'fellf%t#a 
froBi f to la^ p^lNil ilfls'^ 
be exchanged' and tbt ttAl^ the 
evening ^tvill IM;" a^m^^Wkm 



FURNITURE-ANTIQUES-APPLL^^NCES 

Used Washers, Dryere, R^igerators and Ranges 



BEDROOM SUITE— HoBt- 
ley Cotonial, 4 poster bed, 
smail mj^ ch^ Afcssor 
with mbrar, di^ on chert. 
Excelkitf ctmiMmL 

ANTIQUE DINUNG ROOM 
TABLE — Uu|e, S4-taA 
round stiM oak, so^ p^ 
imtM, chm feet Good 



TABLED — Bkick wabiirt 
$35; Hue th«p leaf $2^ Ma- 
ple extMaiov S20; M^ 
mnrmi bi^i% drqpk^ 

$42. 

lUDE-AUIOS-S^ enr^ 






to moMt 
MarKlikaik add 
Tlie CPfl'irii 



mas 



m m 
Oiui^The 
^ke llo»:h 
able rii^ c^*- 
emony. *^ 

Hw bri^ is ^ dauditor oi 
Mr. and Mn. En^st Wittnira 

n me son of Mr 

^r. iUmson fav« Us dj^^ttf 
in ^tfiAge. Tte mud of honor 
•ad^^t attoi^lut was M» Stf- 

Th^ i^yegroon's Utb^ vn» 
best Am. 

A reeemi^ was hM in tte 
home ot mMn^ iMttnts. 

After a weMiqg trif} to Wash- 
i^on, D. C, the couple will live 
al 3632 RivHskte urive, Nor- 
folk. 

WtLtf Al« — FIDOY 

BAYSmE — Tim marriage of 
Mrs. Bet^ Sari^ WUliams and 
WiUiam Joa^h Fiddy Jr. took 
I^aoe Si^urday at 2 pjn. in Bay- 
lake Methodist Oimtsh. 1^ Rev. 
Oscar S. Good perf<ffm»l the 
ceremony. 

The bride, is the daughter of 
Mrs. Zeb D. Batts of Ebn aty, 
N.C. The brklegroom is the son 



Country Day 
Hosts Faculty 



VHWIMA BEACH — 'The 
Country Day School for Girls 
Board of Directors entertained 
membera of the faculty and their 
wives and h}|ib«tds at a cocktail 
party Ftidi^ at ^e tome of Mr. 
and Mrs.^R. Liwnn Miles Jr. 1& 
Calmer Park. 

Officiers indude: Mrs. James N. 
Bell *■., president; W. Peyton 
ISa^, yux l^resident; E, La\mon 
Miks Jr., treasurer; and George 
H. 'Ware, s«:retazy. 

Other meisb»3 of ti^ board 
are Lewis WeM) Jr.. R. Coiiiy 
Moore, Mrs. B. Randolph Whittte, 
Mrs. Mttes, Jultan S. Lawrence 
aiKi F. She^iaid Royster Jr. 

FacuUy aiMl staff men^rs pre- 
%nt ai the affair were Mrs. R. 
L Bennett, Mrs. Nash Conkiin, 
Mrs. R. L. Everett, Capt. Frederic 
N. Howe <Ret.}, Mrs. Charles M. 
Lovitt, lieadmikrea; Mrs. C. R. 
Ma^mm, Mrs. Dickson Moore, 
Mrs. H. Gray Parter, Capt. How- 
ard Prince <Ret.), Mrs. R. R. Wool- 
ling, Mrs. .tames N. Joidan Jr. 
and Mn. J. W. Sills. 



Personal Mention 

John SiUs, a student at ^an- 
ford University, Stanford, Calif., 
arrived Wedne^y to spend the 
ChrijAmas bc^digrs -vrtth his par- 
ents, Mr. and Ws. J. 'Vmiiam SiUs, 
86th Street, Virginia Beach. 





daughter of 

ix Dunning 

le bride- 

and Mrs. 

Br^ii- 



fCommodcm Kpd Mrs. William 
Fiddy of WtortWk. 
Given 19 marriage by bar hro- 
jOMfiA A. (Gbtly oC ^heia 
, Idle bride had as her ma- 
of honor, her sister, Mrs. 
ph E. Pate of Wrison, N.C. 
Walter H. Shawn of Virginia 
|(eacfi "was 5est'mah! Groomsmen 
were Dr. Georj^ 0. S^pp and 
Ca^. mok W. auuvan. U®L 

A r^^wi vm h^ in ^ 
ISiareftAvt inn. After a iwribem 
iwU^WtN the fwiple iM Wm 
A 207 Joto SUver Road. 

EHINNWMl •- CRAFT 

NORFCXiC — Royfiar Memor- 
ial Pr^^^pf^ CMhM was ^i, 
setting &AAy at iM p.m. for 
the marriage of Mia iNam^ Ann 
Duonli^ and Ricterd Oia^s 
Crali The Rev. Gerald Voye p&e- 
formed the ^rer 

The bride is 
Mr. and llrs. John 
of \^^nia Beach, 
greom is Ihe son of 
Donald Charles Craft of 
viUe, Ohio. 

The bride WM given la naar- 
riage by her ts^im. Mte fViye 
Hester vwas maid of honor and the 
bride's only attendant. 

Mr. Craft was best man for 
his son. Groomsmen were lAittMT 
Hester and James Bowman. 

A reception was held in i^ 
church sodal ludl. The &mph vriU 
Uve^ia Kir^it, Fla. 

Engagements 

SMITH — CHERRY 

fiOmOlM — Mr. and Mrs, 
"niomas L. Smith announce thtt 
ei^agement of their daugbtn. 
Miss Mary Smith to Linw(KHl Wil* 
son Cheny Jr. 

Mr, Cherry is the son of Ifr. 
and Mrs. Linwood Wilson Cherry 
of Virginia Bracfa. 

Miss Smith graduated from 
Maury High School. She is em- 
picked by the Federal Bureau of 
InvwtUprtion in Wwhin^on, D.C. 
• Mr. Chwry graduated from Vir- 
^a Beadi High School and ^ 
tenitod Old Dominion College. Kb 
is MBployed by the Coast Guard 
Narcottts, f^^ral Credit Vmm, 
in Wa&in^m, D.C. 

No wedding date has been set 

LEMMOM) — BURDAGE 

OUSfOiND SP90NGS -- Mr. 
and Mrs. larl V. LemsKHKi an* 
noun<» Oe enpgement of their 
dauber. Miss I^ris Qu*o^ 
Lenunmd, to Parris Mitdiell 
Bunla^. 

Mr. Buit^e is the son of Mr. 
and >Mi3. ncfficton 0. Suit^e. 

Mia Leomoond is a ^dusrte of 
princess Anne High School. She 
Is empl^ed t^ tbe Naviid Air Sto- 
tton. 

air. Buringe is a iraduite ol 
Princess Anj» High Sch<K>l. Ife 
Is empk^ed by Giairt Fcwd, 

TTw wedding wiH take place 
Mutuary % in the presence of 
thefa* immediate families. 



Rbufous Bruit Cake ¥or Christmas! 



AkMim^ 

fmitcakaiaahM 
oncoftiMBkMit 

ftfto 



l^o^ 



b9"»^ Wsat 
'Mestra. 
m^^ the 
'dkmiat CfuM- 
m tinder IS 
years ot ia ^ he' 1»U IMe. 23. 
^ Monthiy^Witi^ ttieMbit& 
held the first "ftRlay SF *veify 
month at the CPO Club at 8 p.m. 
Wives of chiefs or correspc^dlng 
rate in other branches of the ser- 
viw, reUi^ of «^ve, are inrited 
to atte^ 



Pi. GABDEN Clltt 
TO MEET p;. 13 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Mem- 
bers of tte Princess Anne Garden 
Ctob wiBi^t Dec. 19-20 at the 
h<^ bC Miss Jttha deWHt 
Of^nbiAt and 12th Street, to 
make itenis for a Christmas sale. 

AmCT^ ^ items for'sale will 
be srn^ipaeots, wreattis, sprays, 
sw^gling and others. 

Persons wisbing to pla«» ad- 
vatt% 01^ 




tfmaairttrMM^ 
tesi e»K«a |# 

If Aolprdtfl 

h^ i^CfS aiid 
top wWlT^M^, 
f a'ae* or ie« < 
<araaas to Hrre 
tsstoitd of a* 
trId'tttoBst 
ChrUtttsi pvd^ 

*^ ^ 

y TrMlitfaNul Fntit CdM 
I eiipa_iiltod Swans Dwm 1 poud Iwitttr or otiMr 



ClteFlaar 
1 tuSpoM dwiWi actiny 
MUaff yewAsr \ 
1/2 toMpooii gttnsmi'ekmt. 
t/t taaapoMi froan<t dnaiuiion 
t/t teaspoon trouitd m«e« 

* Fruit aiid nut m^turt! 

rirSj^Suij!!^ i/2po^^dt««,tiiteir 



dwtwim 
1 poam MN>wn tngar 
U tgfit, wril beaten 

1^ «B« act Mlxtora* 
1 ei^ htmef 
^ 1 1^ a^Mses 
1/8 eap iUkk 



1 PMIB4 pUM Calif ornia 

dstMbSBMd 
1 poBiid asiileH laiaiaa 
« poeaa earYaftai 



4^ pottit euidied orann ' 



Ma«n,irvc aiMantRtansi. osMmmmMm. mnSmtn- n*«in- 




m 

^^^ . anf eider. Gnnin. 
- U^'Wfll mixed. 

eON<Ha« Ib ^as m aib 
"^^tt^Wtr. Wrmp mi 



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TO 



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WiVom. Atteoh trimmlii(i with houtahold glue, - -^ 
^P^ or « few •tltches wfth needle and thrwid. 



Colorful Gift 
Wrappirrg Adds 
To Festivities 

A pile of colorfully wrapped 
gifts under the tree is a decora- 
tive and tantalizing sigiit. Paclc- 
ages in bright red and gresn 
wrai^lngs; mysterious-loo king 
packages, odd-siiaped and inter- 
esting; packages that rattle when 
shaken . . . these are all part of 
the excitement of Christmas. 

Wrapping gifts imaginatively is 
a big part of the fun of Christmas 
The National Cotton Council 
points out that you can find un- 
usual and inexpensive gift wrap 
ideas around the house . . . espec- 
ially in your sewing room. 

Fataric scraps — anything from 
velveteen to calco — ^make excel- 
lent wrapping material, as do cot- 
ton terry cloth towels, or sheets 
of d^orative Christmas tree cot- 
ton. To tie up packages, there's 
• colored yam, bias tape, lace, or 
cotton rick-rack. 

A variety of original package 
te"ims — wreaths, candy canes, 
trees — can be created with rick- 
rack. Form an aitrictive Christ- 
mas tree with rows of green rick- 
*^rack ii) graduated lengths. Glue 
on color^ sequins for tree orna- 
ments, and use bias tape for the 
trunk and base. 

To plea% a lady of any age, 
fashion a very special present 
with frostings of mffles and lace. 
Trim a velveteen-wrapped pack- 
age with white cotton lace, eyelet 
raffles, bands of cobton embroi- 
dery, or frilly or^ndy appliques. 

For a devotee of early An»ri- 
oma, use lengths of red calico or 
a gay provincial print as gift 
wrapping. Tie up the package 
with heavy twine, and decorate 
wiUi an arrangement of pine 
tpnys and pdne cones. 

Gifte for the kitchen might be 
practical, bW tbey can also be the 
prettied padug^ under the tree. 
Use cotton dish toiniis in colorful 
prints for wrapping, and tudt 
small kitehen accessories in the 
bow arrangement. Decorate a gift 
wrapped in w^hite tissue paper 
with a set of red cotton terry cloth 
pot-holders. Or use red shelf 
paper for wrapping, and pin on 
a doll-size apron cut from a $m^- 
figured red cotton print. 

If the gift is for the bath — 
fragrant soap or bath salts— wrap 
tt in a cotton terry doth hand 
towel. You might package a towel 
aet in a matching floral-printed 
bath towel. Decorate with an ar- 
rangement of artificial flowers. 

Since a child is eager to tear 
off the wrappings and see what's 
Inside, the simoler the wrapoings 
for a diUd's gift the better. Why 
not use the co/or edition of the 
comira. and tie up with strands of 
red and green cotton yam. Or 
wrap in plain tisaie paoer. and tie 
wMJi a red iumo rope that hss 
jingle beHs attached to handles. 

If there's a babv on y<wir 
Chrlstanas list, ddiaht the moth^ 
by wrapping his gift in one of the 
new cotton stretch diapers. Pas- 
ten with colored diaper pins, and 
use pink or blue bias tape for 
tying. 

Whatever materials you use for 
wrapping gifts, remember that 
tfie -personal touch it the ingred- 
ient that "makes ^ving a fine art. 



Six Elected 
To Assembly 



^ BIRTHS 

' Mr. and Mr-;. Da\nd R. Dean 
of Bavside, Virginia Beach, an- 
nounce 'the birth of their secoiw 
dau^ter, Keney Stuart in Nor- 
folk General Hospital. Nov. 30. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Primm of 
Virtfnia Bead> annwinw the Wrth 
of their fourth chiM, second 
daughter. Charity Fay, on I>«. 7 
in DePaul Hosfd^ 



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persons hav^ been elected to 
membership in the Virginia 
Beach Assembly and will be wel- 
comed at the annual Christmas 
dinner dance D«:. 21 at the Cav- 
alier Hotel. 

Named to membership by the 
Board of Directors are Scott Tay- 
lor, Rear Adm. Da.shiel L. Ma- 
deria, USN Ret, Adm. William 
K. Romoser, USN Ret, C. Wil- 
lard Harrell III, Dr. John A. 
Mapp and Col. Wellington A. 
Samouce, USA Ret. 

The Christmas affeir will stort 
with "cocktails at 7 p.m. fcrflowed 
bv dinner from 8 to 9 p.m. Music 
will start at 8:30 p.m. and wHI be 
provided by Stuart Smithers and 
"The Notables." Formal dress 
will be in order. 

There wil be no r^ervcd ta- 
bles but individuals should be 
made with the hotel before next 
Wednesday, Dec. 18. 

Chaperpnes will be Mrs. Hun- 
ter Phelan, Mrs. Dudley Cocke 
and Mrs. William G. Bruce Mrs. 
Andrew T. Motwe wiH be in 
charge of decorations. 

A.I.B. WOMEN 
MEET SATURDAY 

NORFOLK — The annual 

Christmas breakfast sponsored by 
the Women's Committee of the 
Norfolk - Portsmouth Chapter of 
the American Institute of Bank- 
ing win be held Satui^ay. 10 a.m., 
at the iLafayette Yacht and Coun- 
try Club in Norfolk. 

The speaker this year will be 
Helen V. Goode, a member of the 
National Women's Committee of 
the A.I.B. Miss Goode is A^istant 
Personnel Director of the Virginia 
National Bank, and is immediate 
past chairtnan of the local A.I.B. 
chapter. 

About two hundred women 
bankers and their gue^ are ex- 
pected to attend and contribute 
articles of infant's clothing to be 
(iehvered Ui St. Mary's infant 
Home in Norfolk. 



Birchwood 
Doorway Event 
Deeember 23 

OmCffWCXM} — The Biidi- 
W0Q6 Gai^en Qxto <^M beAA tlwir 
umiui Chriitinfts IkK^^nQf Con- 
t^ on Monday, Dec^nbc^ 23, at 
lOajn. 

Ca^ <p!^i^ ivfll be iwanMt lor 
Uw l^vdttioml mi Ai Ym like 
ft I^»rwa3^ (tecorated by aduUs. 
Cuh prteN will be awanted for 
B^c Door I^ccntitiOM .1^ chil- 
dren from ages 6-12. 

Entries must be in by Decem- 
ber 19Ui. All Indents of Birch- 
wood Ganlens, Blrdtwood Heists 
and Birchwood Forest are invited 
to enter Oie conteift and for fur- 
ther- infonnation c<mtact the fol- 
lowing diairmen: 

Mrs. Berkley S. Hudson 341- 
3035 and Mrs. Richard L. Hyland, 
341-1421. 

Judgng will be by the Kemps- 
ville ^'Gartlen Club, and will be 
judged on onginality, freshness 
of material and balance. 



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For an Old Fadii«iied Chritt- 
nuui, try mjr itcBmed padding 
recipe; it's w easy to miJce with 
^uhingtoa Self-Biainff Floor, 
the flour with the baking pow- 
der, lalt and eonvuiience meaa- 
ureid in for jpou. All of the 
family can help in getting the 
ingredient! together and .watch- 
ing the pudding iteam. 

OLD FASHIONED 
STEAMED PUDDING 

8 cupa sifted enriched Waah- 
ington Self-Rising Flour 

2 teaspoons cinnamon 
1 teaspoon allspice 

H teaspoon ground cloves 
1 pound mixed candled fruit, 

cut into small pieces 
% -cap raisins 

3 eggs, beaten 
1 cup sugar 

1 cup milk 

1 cup ground or very tMij 
chopped sdet ' 

1 teaspoon vanilla 
Sift together the sifted enriched 
Washington Self-Riiing Flour 
and the spices. Add candied 
fruit land raisins. Toss wdl. 
Combine eggs, sugar, milk, suet 
and vanilla. Add liquid to dry 
ingredients; mix well. Place in 
a greased 6!4i9U-inch loaf 
pan. 'Cover with , foil and tie 
securely. Steam 3 hours. (To 
steam, place one quart of water 
in a large covered kettle with a 
rack in the bottom. Boil. Place 
mold on rack. Cover pan and 
simmer.) Cool pudding before 
unmolding. 

A valuable addition to «iy 
kitchen library is tiie 40-page 
bo^ containing dozens of other 
recipes which may be obtained 
free of charge by writing Mary 
Washington, 3261 K Street 
N.W., Washington 7, D. C, 

KITCHEN HINT 

Small steamed puddings 
wrapped attractively make niM 
hostess gifts. Use one-pound 
size cans as molds and steam for 
2 houra. 



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sime of the prindptoi ttwt docor- 
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V^irniture mnmilaobvera have 
come to y<Htr aid by {ntxhu^ 
Ugbtiy flotol Amuture peces de- 
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Use prc^rtlmed jueces, push- 
ing them ai^mst tiie -mM when- 
ever iK>s8tt)le, and you'B fmi the 
arrangemeaiA ccmtztiwt^ much to 
the Musion of ^»ee ^M openness. 
An imaginalive me of w^ decor- 
aitions, colora, and curtains wM 
further help increase *he room's 
ippintA size. 

The first step in any decorating 
plan is to size up yatr room to 
insure a plearah^ fumttire ^- 
rangement and to avoid buying 
pieces that are iwt right for room 
proportions. It's a good id@ to 
draw the floor olan to soate on 
graoh paper, indicating the dows 
and windows. Use cut outs for 
your furniture and shift them 
about until you find tire belt ar- 
rangement. This beats shifting 
heavy Aim'tu^e. 

If you take soecial care in ar- 
ranging your fumture, youll 
find you can stretch space and 
enloy comfortable, attradlve sur- 
roundings. 

Always keep in mind that vout 
primary purpcse is to provide a 
refuge for restful deep. To do 
this your bed must be large 
enough for comfoptaWe relaxa- 
tion. Depending upon your per- 
sonsa^ nareforences and on the ef- 



fectiveness <rf your idanmi^, 
Ihece is a vwiety of nuttresses 
from wWdi to clioose— ^the new 
kmg or t[ueen sizes, separate twin 
becb, or the popular swing^way 
twins that attach to a king sized 
headboard. 

A supo'size mattre^ wiU add 
onjy alK>ut six inches to the length 
of your bed and less tJran two 
feet to the width— an insignifioint 
difference in floor space when 
m«isured against the incrwise in 
comfont and rest you will enjoy. 
The improved quality of new cot- 
t<m-innerspring mait'tresses adds to 
^ life and comfort of supersize 
beddii^. 

A king size bed cals for about 
11 feet of unbroken w«M space. 
Tills alows for night stands on 
either side. Twin beds with a 
night stand in between take nine 
feet, the same amount of wall 
soace required by the obsolete. 
double bed with night stands on 
«ioh side. 

If you have 155 square feet of 
floor soace in your bedroom, you 
can fit in twin beds, two chests, 
a dressing table, and a lounge 
chair. You can sutelitute a fcins 
size bed, eliminate a chest, and 
still enioy the spacious retreat 
you wsHit. 

Whenever you buy an extra- 
leneth or extra-width bed. you 
nmst also remember to pet the 
best quality. The extra size re- 
quires adequate strength and suo- 
port, and sound workmanship 
and materials. Most king size 
mattresses are of cotton inner- 
spring construotion, accoi^ing to 
government surveys, and are pre- 
ferred by nine out of 10 kipg- 
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aPACaMSIKBTCniNCMSiull tedro4Miui look larger when 
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''A Magnificent Job'' 

'The drug industry is plagued by a overall price of drugs has dropped more 



chronic case of vilification. 

That is the vivid subhead of a long article 
by Alice W^der^er which appeared in a re- 
cent issue of Barron's, National Business & 



than 10% since 1949, while the Consumer 
Price Index (food, clothing, shelter and 
other necessities of life) has gone up 26%." 
Further, Mrs. Widener cites a question 



Financial Weekly. And the major points she and answer exchange that took place be- 

makes should be far better known to the tween the late Senator Kefauver and Dr. 

general public than is the case. For it is the Vannevar Bush, former head of the U. S. 

pabllc— every man, woman and child who Office of Scientific Research and Develop- 

is or will be plagued with illness— that has ment and a scientist of the highest sland- 

the most to lose if this vilification results in ing. The Senator stated: "It is important 

legislative and regulatory checkreins on the that the sick people who need a drug also 

dro§ Industry. get it and to be sure that they have it in 

for example, Mrs. Widener has this to suffident quantity, and that they get it at 

say about the drug price situation: "Head- the lowest possible and reasonable price 



lined figures on drug price markups 
were based on the cost of raw materials 
alone and failed to take aoxsunt of the costs 
of developing, manufacturing and market- 



Isn't that true? 

Dr. Bush repHed: "Yes, and if you want 
to do that, my suggestion to you is that you 
support the present pharmaceutical indus- 



Ing the products. Moreover, the average try, which is doing a magnificent job." 



Where Every Tax Is A Sales Tax 

As survey after survey has indicated, a on corporations, 

dfsmaying degree of what can only be^ Well, it is easy to say "soak the oxpora- 

catled economic illiteracy exists In ttiis tions" just as it is easy to say "soak the 

axintry. And it seems to be especially ridh". But there just aren't enough rich to go 

prevalent anrrahg young people, including around so far as paying a substantial part 



those in tbe colleges and universities 

A corKarete example of that occurred the 
other day in Oregon, • 

The State legislature was in an emer- 
gency special session called by the gover- 
nor, for tte reason that the people had, in 



of the costs of government are concerned 
—and the corporations and their owners 
are taxed to the teeth now. A corporation 
of any size pays a 52 per cent federal in- 
come tax on its profits, and any state taxes 
follow. The temainder which may be dis- 



an October special election, overwhelm- tributed in dividends is taxed again at indi- 



ingly voted against a bill which would have 
increased state lna>me taxes. The legisla- 
ture was seeking ways and means to cut 
assts and to put future state finances in 
ordw. §OQne nnembers thought W vrould be 
i^ a goodfitea to put a sales tax measufe'bn 
J • ttie Iwllot at the ney<\ general election, to 
see what the voter-taxpayer thought about 
that. 

A group of students picketed the state- 
h<?iise, carrying banners which demanded, 
in; effect, that any sales tax proposal be 
allandoned, and that needed additional 
revenues be obtained from heavier taxes 



vidual income tax rates, federal and state. 
The result is th&t the after-tax profit of 
corporations is far less than most of us 
think— in the neighborhood of 6 per cent 
on the investment, to give a rough figure. 
Moreover, the taxes a corporation pays 
must be taken from the people who buy 
its product or service. It has no other source 
of income. So, in effect, every tax paid by 
business is a form of sales tax, levied 
against the consumer. These young pickets 
who will be looking for jobs, and- everyone 
who thinks as they do, need some basic 
lessons in economics. 



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Alumni Group 
Elects Holland 

VIRGffiHA BEACH — J. Peter 

., , , . , .. , ., Holland ni has been elected pres- 

.1 dunno alMXit you, but I remember that wonderful time when ! i(jent of the newly organized Vir- 

^ ciiid |ot toys fe«r Omstmas. If yqu were lucky, that is. You first 1 gjnia Beat* Alumni Chapter of 

^;a feiv hot l^fe items like a new sweater, two pairs of corduroy t^e University of Virginia. 

knickers that squeeked when you walked, a white I The election of officers took 
shirt for Sunday School, one of those clip-on bow i place at an organizational meeUng 
ties, a new pair of comfortable school shoes that jast Wednesday at the Princess 
weighed seven pounds each, several pairs of black i Anne Country Club. 
cotton lisle stockings, some BVD's. and on a good other new officers include 
year— one of those warm, soft, seude jackets that james R. McKsnry, vice presi- 
were the rage with the younger set. . dent; T. N. P. Johnson Jr.. sec- 

Tfte sUKking cpnuined— if not the ashes and I retary; and Goodwin S. Jordan, 
switches promised since Thanksgiving — a score 
of small pocket items like jaw4>reakers, hard 
candy, nuts, three oranges, a tangerine, and may- 

ri^ . ^ be even a real honest-to-goodness bone-handled ;ru_^"!iy;X'^'<t^^^^ 

G«rdoii Baskm pocket knife for cutting w«)d. string, and fingers. ^""^^^^ ^"'^ ^°^ ^^'^"• 

; After these items had been fM-operly admired, there were a few 

packj^S under the tree that you knew were toys. No adult can ever 

experieoce the pleasure that a child gets as he tries to snatch off 

paper, string, and bows in one convulsive movement. The heart 

r^»s as the pulses stop. Then there is that final exquisite moment 

as the top erf the box is thrown to the floor and the toy revealed. 

W«iderAil! I hope I can always remember it. 




treasurer. 

Elected to the executive com- 
mittee were Munroe Nash, Bruce 



All that wonderful time is behind us according to the maga- 
iiMS. The latest article I've read about toys says that to bf a really 
good t<^, that it must bf based on a sound psychological basis, and 
must lead to real tmoticmal growth and contribute to the child's 
umst sqpurity. 

G^at Lord Miss Apt@!! 

Ain't that a, horribte thought? Everything that happens to a 
child this day and age is suppoM^ to make some contribution to his 
inner s^urity anrf peace of mind or it shouldn't be allowed to happen 
kt ail! That is — if ^u lirt^ to the experts. 



These m^ will meet in the 
near future to set up plans and 
social activities for the new or- 
ganization. 

Persons who did not receive 
notice of the first meeting but 
would like to be notified of fu- 
ture meetings may contact any 
of the above men. 

The purpose of the chapter is 
to (1) promote closer fellowship 
among the alumni and University 
students; (2) advance the interests 
of the University of Virginia; and 
(3) assist in the support and parti- 
cipation of affairs of the Alunmi 
Association. 



WILLIi C. M(MOiN 

NtM»X>lJK — Wm Clark 
Munden, 74, husbaM of Mn. 
Emma Ventble Hunten, died in 
Arlington Monday at 8:45 a.m. 

A native of Munden, Virginia 
Beach, ht lived in Falls Church 
five yeuy. 

He was a member of ftuk 
Place iWptist Church, wm • re- 
tired Bort Office employe, and a 
inend>er of Corinthian Masonic 
Lod^ 266. 

Besides his widow, he is sur- 
vived by two sons, W. F. Munden 
of Virginia Beach and J. C. Mun- 
den of Falls Church; two sisters, 
Mrs. Ola Pritohard of Williams- 
ton, N.C., and Mrs. 'Elizabeth 
(Nichols of Chesapeake; and a 
grandson. 

A funeral service was conduct- 
ed in Hollomon-Brown Funeral 
Home Wednesday at I p.m. by 
the Rev. Gordon KeUer of Park 
Plac^ &iptist Church and ,the 
Rev. Henry Tiffany, pastor emeri- 
tus. Burial was in Itosewood Mem- 
orial Park. 



HUNTER W. CARPENTER 

VIRGl^JIA BEACH — Funeral 
service for Hunter Warren Car- 
penter, 62, who died Momlay, 
were held Wednesday at 2 pjn. 
at Sturtevant Funeral Home. 

He was a tesident of the May- 
flower Apartments, Virginia 
Beach. 

'Burial was in Greenlawn A^s- 
orial Park. 



MRS. GLADYS W. WRIGHT 

MAMBU — Mrs. Gladys Wiley 
Wright, 63, of 556 Catalina Ave., 
Malibu, died in a ibeach hosi^tal 
Sunday night after a long illness. 

She was a native of Gloucester, 
Mass. and lived here two months. 

She was a daughter of Daniel 
W. and Mrs. Edith Clancey Wiley 
and the wife of William Henry 
Wright. ^ 

She was a member of the Con- 
gregational Method!^ Church of 
Gloucerter, Mass. 

Besides her hu^iand, she is 
survived by two daughters, Mrs. 
Grace Crocker of Virginia Beach 
and Mrs. Ruth E. Peterson of 
Lowell, Mass., two sons, Daniel 
W. WrigM of Gloucester and 
Royce A Wright of Virginia 
Beach; a sister, Mrs. Edna Sidlow- 
ski of GlouceMer; Ihree brothers, 
Royce Wiley of Gloucester, Myr- 
toil Wiley of West Peabody, Ma^., 
and Milton Wiley of Franklin, 
Mass. 

A funeral arranged by Simiele 
Funeral Home will be held today 
at 2 p.m. in Pike Funeral Home, 
Gloucester, Mass. Burial will be 
in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. 



Nativity Blvd. 
Proclaimed 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Vir- 
ginia BmcH Mayor Frank A 
Dusch Hm praclainMd thrae 
city straps to be known as 
"Nativity Boulevard" from Da- 
cembar 15 through Dacembar 
31, it has been announ^d. 

Following a curiom of tha 
past savaral yean. Mayer 
Dusch has dasignatad thv 
streets abutting tha Star of tha 
Sea Catholic Church, Saint 
Gregory's and Saint Nidi^at' 
Churches in the city as "Na- 
tivity Boulevard" for tha 
Christmas Season. 

Tha streets so designatad in 
tha Mayor's proclamation will 
ba appropriately marked with 
special signs c)uring tha holi- 
day period. The practice was 
instituted se^ral yean ago by 
the Star of tha Sea Church. 



School Band To 
Present Cqnf ert 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH — The Vir- 
ginia Beach High School Band 

I w&sss it wouldn't do a bit of good to remind everybody that *^^ preBerii its annual Christmas 

■ ■ — • - ■' I concert mU Thursday. Dec, 19, 

at 8 p.m. in the school auditor- 
ium. 

The program will be unt^r the 
direction of Dak Browder. 

Hi^lightj of the concert will 
include Lerc^ Anderson's "thrist- 
mas Festival"' and "Saeigh Ride" 
and TcJ»itovs^*s "1812 Over- 
ture." 

Tbe. jnAIk is lo^^ed to mxad. 



Wp know ^at all this is desirable, but I — for one — am tired erf 
reading about '$ m everydiing thM I pic^ up that's printed. The 
way the children arc punched, examinwl, talked to. threatened, re- 
wartted, cajokil and psycb<»nalyzed by people who don't know 
what Hk h«:k fli^re doing — it is a thousand wonders that childrrai 
live through A. 

wouldn't do a bit of good to remind everybody that I *^^ P'?^"^^;^, 
bifltons of children were brought up with some degree of success i ^'^^^^^^ 0^^^ Thursday. Dec, 19, 
Mom^^ bwl ewr head ^f pycholi^y. | look at the present Crop 
aai I i|e thm they"'re healthier, bigger, stronger and better fed, 
"iTiey'rc proWjly viarter, too. But better adjusted? I doubt it. 

^ ne mpM if you like, but I'm prepared to stake my life 
on tte pmpie ofapry^ w t^t eoK^ional security anJ peace of mind 
.are lurpurcbaMd in a toy shop, no matter how many gifted i»y- 
#^^i uivii^ the m^tfictur^. 

wmm W n» Wcrld! Unite! Down WitJ: The Double- 

tf^ tts (^nstsOsl 



FOP CLUB BDSY 
WITH YULE PARTIES 

PRLN'CESS ANiNE — The fftJP 
Club at Princess Anne is busy 
with the swirl of holiday festivi- 
ties. Three special events are al- 
ready scheduled this weekend 
and many more will follow. 

The Bayside Ruritan OiA will 
hold a Christmas cocktail par^ 
and dinner dance at the dub FH- 
day night wfth Jiggs Fowler fur- 
nishing dance music. 

This affair will be sponsored 
by FOP member J. High Barnes. 

The Court House Fire Depart- 
ment will hold i\s annual Christ- 
mas dinner Saturdiiy mgbi ^e- 
ceeding the regular dance. Curtis 
Payne is the sponsortiig meniBer. 

Jay Ward and his band wifl 
provide music for the regular 
Sa'tuntay m^ daiK^ from 9M 
pjn, to 12:^ ajn. 



Fimiifiala 
PnPt Alp 

CHAA.IS •.TUCKER 

Wmcm — Charlw Booth 
'Aftft^; w, hu^Muid o{ 0^ Ai^ 
4t«n(^ Tucker, dwd is Us ham 
tk T708 lAtiyetU 'BW6. TueMif 
at 8:3P AM. 

A ^ve of C2«ise Cit^, he 
liv^ in fl^rfolk 60 yeaa. 

He was a lifetime dder of La- 
fjO^ette Ere^d^lMiia Chordi. 

He retired in lf63 f nwa N<us 
folk SMpyaiH^ after ^ years and 
was ih the general contnK^g 
businen. 

Besides his widow, he is mr- 
vi^ by t^uee %ns, lUidcdph E. 
Tucker of Virg^rta tieadi and 
Chaites C. Tucker and William L. 
Tucker of Worfoik; two (tau^ 
ters, IMrs. Carlton S. Land and 
Mrs. Alma Tucker Prey, of Nor- 
folk; a mt^, "Mrs. Roxie PhiUips 
of Crittenden; 10 grandchildren 
and 12 great-grandchildren. 

The body will be taken from 
Hollomon^rown Funeral Home 
to Lafayette Presbyterian Church 
for a fiuneral service today at 2 
p.m. 1^ tile Rev. <Ralei^ M. 
Engle. Burial will be in For6^ 
Lawn Cen»tery. 

The body will be in the Chui^ 
at 1 pin. to(faiy. The family ajsks 
that, in lieu of flowers, contribu- 
tions be sent to tlw building fund 
of Labette Prestoyterian Church. 

JOE C. BRADSHAW 

NORFOLK — Joe Cephus 
Bradshaw, ^, son of Mr. and Bfrs. 
M^ttfettEitttradshaw, died in his 
home at &» Farrell St., Tuesday 
at 11:50 a.m. 

A native of Sampson County, 
N.C, he lived in Norfolk Qiree 
weeks with his daughter, Mrs. 
Myrtle Grace Park. He was a 
member of EU-^beth Baptist 
Church, Clinton, N.C. 

Besides Mrs. Park, he is sur- 
vived by a son, Jop Cephus Brad- 
stew Jr. of Virginia Beach; a sis- 
ter, Mrs. Lee Smith of Lexington, 
N.C; two brothers, Richard Brad- 
shaw of Godwin, N.C, and Homer 
Bradshaw of Roseboro, ff.C; and 
toee grandchildren. 

The body will be taken from 
HoUomon-Brown Mineral Home 
to ^Rayii l\ineral Home, cainton. 

A funeral servi<» will be con- 
ducted in iaiz^^eth Baptist 
Churdi, Clinton, Sunday at 2.30 
p.m. Burial will be in the church 
cemetery. The body will be in the 
chureh at 1:30 Sunday. 

In lieu of flowers, the family 
aigge^ contributions to the Am- 
erican Cancer Sodety. 

Virginia leacli 
Men Saints- 
Sinner Leaders 

NORiFOliK — Three Virginia 
Beach men were inirtalled as of- 
ficers of the Circus Saints and 
Sinners. Charles H. Consolvo Tent, 
wlwn the group met Monday 
night at the Monticello Hotel. 

Uoyd H. Burton of Bay Colony 
is the new president; Courtenay 
E. McCurry, Bayside, second vice 
present; and Walter Cool, North 
Alanton, a direohw. 

The group abo dlKustad 
plans for fM naffenal conven- 
tion of Circus Saints and Sin- 
ners to be held at the Cavalier 
HolM in Virginia Beadi next 
May 14-16. 

The Claries H. Consolvo Tent 
will be in charge of arrangements 
for 'the national convention. 

Other officers installed Monday 
night were B. O. Melchor Jr., first 
vice presiderit; W. Carl Spencer, 
secretary; Chades M. Cacace, 
treasurer; Lewis C. Warren, ser- 
geant-at-arms; and Directors Dr. 
S. B. WMUock, Dr. M. P. Doyle, 
Shirley Hanbury, Sam Archbell 
and Bernard Inge. 



JAMSS H. DIAL, Sr. 

NQWCXJK — imm Hutmm 
Deal ^. •!, of 81f Badpte ^^ 
husband of Hn. iSla HarreU 
Deal ag^ ton of Wi%a U. and 
Sarah ^e Deal, a nMtve of 
ittftefvilte, N.C, and a readerrt of 
Norfo% 9B years, <fied in a Im^I- 
(al Monday tA 2:90 p.m. 

He witf a Preiby^an, and 
worked as a pi^cff ami i»lntlii| 
coirtractor. 

Siu#rt&r besides to wMow 
ar^ iwb ^u^i&is, Hm m» W. 
Deal of Norfolk and Urs. E. C. 
Hudgtes of Vir^hi Beadi; a Km 
James Harrison D^ Jr. of Nor- 
folk; a sister, Mrs. Lewis C. 
IMmei of Bft. Aiiy. MC.; tiiree 
hrcMms, L. f*. I>eal <rf M- Aiiy, 
William J. Deal of SUt€Sville.,N. 
C, and Lw Deal of Morristown. 
Tenn.; and three grandchildren. 

A funeral sefvlce was cooAk- 
ted in Ewell & William»n iF^iner- 
al Home Wednesday at 3 p.m. by 
the .iRev.'tJordon L. I^ler of 
Park Place Baptisit Churdi. Bur- 
ial was In Forest Lawn Cemetery. 



COX HIGH 
HI-LITES 

By 

IMary Ruth WaHwr 



The Key Club will sponsor the 
Holly Wreath Ball aft Cox High on 
December 14 from 8 to midnight. 
The Itondels are going to play for 
the' dance. Advance tickets are 
$2.00 per couple and the admis- 
sion at the door is 12.50 per coup- 
le. It will be held in the gym at 
Cox High. The theme colors are 
blue and white with silver Christ- 
mas trees. RefreshnKiAs will be 
furnisted 

•Rie Kappa DeKa Phi Tri-fli-Y 
is taking up food for Chri^mas 
baskets ^ needy faiiiilies. 

T^ tatent^ shijil h^d rai De- 
cenner 7 at Cox was a big hit! 
The kids really showed hard work 
and organization in ttieir presen- 
tation of the show. 

La^ week the girls' physical 
education classes held ^d hoc- 
key tournaments after school. 
The co-champioiB were SaHy 
Wright's team from Miss Wade's 
s^ond bell class and Prudy Fell's 



lEALTY mm 

(IFFICPIJi WilNfi 

VIROWIA BBACH — 1h# Vir- 
^ola Beach Real Instate Board 

Country Club 

New tgHsm xor IfM are: 
Rdbert KWAWrlgtat, pfs^lent; 
Kenned Jard, vice-presiddBt; Mar- 
garet P^ Tpatykim, secretary: 
and Dave Kilter. trMsiuw- 

Jclin U. (Payne of Lynchburg, 
pi^deiH of the Vix^aiM Mi) Di- 
tate Aa^ation. wfll In^ the 
new of^l^ 

Guesi ^U inclucte: WiUiwi P. 
Hol^in p, ^ecutive vi(^pi^- 
dent, Vvn^ HiMil 9^if^ A^odi* 
tlon; NMmb RSitt, iH«iMhmt- 
elect, I%r<^ Re«l Estate Bosrd, 
and Mrs."ftaitt; Bernard Levitan, 
^^dent, Portemouth Real Es- 
tate Board, and Mrs. Levitan; Mrs. 
TaN>ot Dickson, re^iud vice- 
president, l^sinia %s^ i^ate 
A^odation; Lamar Poley ' and 
George Dln^ of United Mort- 
gagee Servkiig Cwp.; S. P. 0)m- 
ninaki and Peyton Hull of Mortp 
gage Inv^ment Corp.; Robert 
Jeto»)n and Charles Bayne of 
Mutual Federal Savings and Loan 
Ott^oration. 

Retiring preadeitt of the Vir- 
gnia Seadi Real E^ate Board is 
J. Sitfkes Withers. 



cla^. 

In speedhall toumamei^, Gdl 
Oberleitner's team defeated Miss 
Childresse's sixth bell da^. Viey 
were both from Miss Childresse's 
physical education elates. 

Basketball season has finally 
started at Cox High. The first 
game vns held December 6th at 
Cox with James Blair. The Cka 
team won 47 to 44. 

The Sigma Chi Si^a Y-Teens 
sponsored a Mr. and Wss Pereon- 
ality dance after the ba^etball 
game wifth James Blair. Proceeds 
go to help a needy family. 

This week was the last week lor 
buymg an annual. I4ut w^n, 
school pirtures were given out 
and there were some really good 
ones. 

That's all from Cox this w^k! 
Only 13 more days to Christmas! 



EAGLES TO MEET 
TO ORGANIZE HERE 

ARA<j0rA — A nweting wU 
he held t<might at Ihe Aragona 
Recreation Hall to organize a '\^- 
fpnii Beach branch o! tibe FA- 
temal Order of Ea^es, a civic 
and social group. 

The time will be 9 p.m. 

Fraternal Order of Ingles is 
open to men over 21 j^ara of age. 

The public has been invited 
to tonic's orphizational meet^ 
ing. 



Cavalier 
CAPERS 



YhIp Trep Snip 

atartg ftidav 



VPBQVHA diilAC <e 

ginif '»-«"'♦! Clvttan ^..«.- ^ an* 
aou. -.t Us usual Chroma* 

tree sate will begin Friday. 

Christmas trees will be on ^da 
at the comer of 32nd ^ftreet 9bA 
AtluAic avenue in the Sm^iMi^ 
Park parktag'bt daily frorti 10 
a.m. until 9 or 9:30 p.Ti 

The kx wiB ninaid open u^fi 
initeiy or until all treei are vM^ 
Also on sale ai the lot will be Uia 
Umm truit cakes sold annuaUy 
by tha CSvltans. 

Proceeds from the sale of trees 
and tbe iSrult cakes «n uaetl for 
diarttafele projects of the Chritaa 



BOW CREEK PARTY 
SATURDAY NIGHT 

PLAZA — The Bow Creek 
Country Club will hold a Christ- 
mas party for fts membera aiKi 
their guests Saturday. 

A buffet dinner mil hfi serv^ 
frcmi 7 to 9 p.m. and di^ug wii 
be enjoyed crom 9 pjn. to 1 ajog 
The Bobby Joynes Quartet wifl 
provide the muic. 

Men^rs are asked to Inii^ 
wrapped ^ts for youngrt^s td 
be dIstrilHited to an oifliaiu^e 
or needy tenuli^ at Christmas. 

R^rvatioiM ihiHikl be made by 
Fri# by calling 3414040. 



IPRINCESa 
ANNE — An- 
Qfther six week 
period has 
drawn to a 
close and re- 
port cards are 
once again 
upon the stu- 
dent body of 
Princess Anne 
LcsHe Rnssdll High School. 
College Board examinations were 
given at PA laA Saturday. Senior 
superior English students are 
busy ^ttii^ 2000 word term pap- 
ers together by l^cember 18. 




The Candy Cane BaU whkh is 
team from Miss Tilly's fourth bell [sponsored annually by the Tri41i- 




Two of three Virginia B^ch men totalled to effice m tte 
Chartes H. Dtocdvo Tent, Ctfcus Saints and S^pe^ iraas 
0>urtfcnay E.'McCuny (Itft) iai Uoyd D.' ^ 



Y Hi-Y Council at Chrirfmas lime 
will be heM Saturday, December 
21. Christmas v»ation b^ins 
December 23 and wiH end Jan- 
uary 2. 

WTAR recently aiwffded the 
Tidewater Wstrict Football Cham- 
pions of Princess Aime a beauti- 
ful aih^r trophy at a q>ecial as- 
semlbly. Charlie Carr, co-captain, 
was awanled a trophy as Uie 
Most Outstanding Footiball Player 
in the Tidewater diirtrict. 

Jennifer Camper, PA senior 
was a WOH phkt/er princes this 
past week. Jennifer is hmd maj^ 
ore^, a member of the Keyette 
Clt^ and vice-presideirt of tiie 
Trini^ TW^Hi-Y. 

Maiy Fran Hughas and Lan7 
Legum were selected as Princess 
AniK's most outstanding senior 
by the Optimist Cluh. 

Lonny GaUagbef and BntA 
Warford were eleded captains of 
the Cavalier WrestUng Team. The 
Cav^ers tmunced tiie Kellam 
Wrestling team at their first roe^. 

The SCA sponsored a ho{^n- 
amor la^ Fri(ky ni^ in the PA 
gym. Feature folk groups were 
The Coadunen and The Elsocro- 
max. 

Charlie Carr, \ Buster O'Brian, 
and Craig Honour made the All 
District Tidewater Football team. 

Jimmy Garrett received a foot- 
i»ll s^lar^iip 'to Eastt Carolina 
College. . 

iON^ FOR CHIilSTA«AS 

Give VS. Savings Bonds ttiii 
Chrlstnas. They i|Mt)vide security 
for the future, a promise of the 
good tlungs to come, such as lei- 
sure, travd, a home, and ^uca- 
tion for Ihe children. 



f il&M NQHCt> 

OMiiMmwMWi-iif Vhgtato, bi 
tfie Clerk's CWke of «e Cfaciiit 
Court of the Oty of Vtagbria 
geadi, on tbe IMi day of De- 

ctiubvtf 19d3« 
GEORGE ANTON SCHAE- 
FER, Plaintiff, 
against 
PATWCIA MAE SCHAEFER, 
DefcndaoC 
OitPER OF PUBLICATION 
the object of Ais suit is to 
otjtain a divorce A Mcnsa Et 
Thoro to be merged into a Di- 
vorce A Vincuk) Matrimonii 
frcm the said defraidattt, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 9 
office adc^ess being: GesKral De-' 
Ih^ry. San pwffltyC^ifomi% 

It is ^dai^M^she^d^aH 
pear here wlAkiVten (10) days 
after due iwblication hereof, and 
do what may be ncccssai^ to pn>» 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A e<»y--Tertei 

JOHN V. ftNTRESS. Clerk. 

BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Brydgcs & Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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P 

Tqp Hawks 

VBGmA BEACH — RoJbert 
Garcia acored 81 points and le<l 
a sinllog f oiuth period rally that 
toooght SmithOekl a U^l bas- 
k^Mll wjo over Virginia B«ach 
ha^ Tiwfldiur night. 

Gtrcla provided most of t|>e 
tmilikg putuh a« tbe Packers hil^ 
for 3| nrai' iip the flail period. 
Tbte^ I»mBa''evf n with hJt min- 
vAes le|^ fell iyeimA again .u^ 
took the lead for keeps M i iSis- 
ket by Garcia wtth ^ut a naln- 

SMITHFIiLD 

OFT 



Garcia 

Mlnp 

Pultey 

Godsey 

Darcten 

Hall 

Gwaltney 

Hundley 

Totait 



9 la-is m 

4 0-06 
0-0 
0- 1 2 
0- 1 
3- 6 15 
0-3 4 
0-14 




1 

6 
2 
2 



24 1^3f 64 



VIRGINIA BEACH 



Mailhes 

T'reirton 

Nolan 

Fitton 

Wilson 

Caffey 

Strickler 

Tucker 

Totals 

Score By fei U)it(k ■■ 
Sntithfiejd 7 16 tt 24— 64 

Va. Beach 17 17 15 12—61 



F 

1- 1 
S-4 
3- 5 
0-0 
3-7 17 
1-19 
0-0 2 



G 

3 
2 
3 

7 
4 
1 

4 2-2 10 
24 13-20 61 



Virginia Beach SUN-N€WS, T^\yrs4ay, December 12, 1963 



iM.iiif|hii| ' « I II li 'Iff 



Princess Anne High School Cagers 




Left to right: Buster O'Brien, guard; Charles Orr, forward; Bill Bowes, center, Tommy Garceau, f«:ward;i Ray Hintoiv^mt 
guard. (Baldwin photo) 



AT . . . 

STUMPY UKE 
OOLF COURSE . . . 
A SALE 
for 



GOLFERS! 



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Stumpsr Lake Coif Course tti located on 
Indian River Itoad five miles east of 
MlUtaiy Highway. 

THE GOLF SHOP (Where You ftjrdiaseicf Last Year's GOLFER'S 
GIFTS) Is Now LOCATED AT STUMPY LAKE GOLF COURSE. 
Operated by the Same CLARENCE UNDERWOOO. Same Low 
F^ices. Larger SQlections and professJonad advice widi your seledibQ. 

1963 MODEL 



GOLF CLUBS 



OFF 



WiJ«>n Su^, Sbalding Top- swonh tinn 

flite, U.S; Royal, Hagen Ul- >''•* •»»* 8»te?«w 

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Tpumey. '-'•* •'•« *"' * 

1^^ !N YOUR OLD CLllBS ^ 



ITEM'S ARNOLD RALMER 

GOLF CLUBS 



SALE 



$4950 

"•* $99.50 



Two Woods, Five IrcMis, Bag, 
Head Covers. 

AN ARRAY OF GADGETS AND GIFTS 

FOR THE GOLFER 

Phone GY 7-9971 



Cox Wins No. Two 



NORFOLK — BUI DuBosky's 
amazing accuracy from the free 
throw line sparked Cox High to 
a 71-51 basketball victory over 
Norfolk Chri^an Tuesday night 
at Azalea Garden Junior High. 

DuBosky converted 15 of 21 
shots from the foul line to share 
high scoring honors with Dave 
Clements with 15 points. 



COX 



Clements 

Domina 

J. Schulze 

Foy 

Wild 

B. Schulze 

Bo. L'ws'n 

Du'Bosky 

Bi. L'ws'n 

Fairbanks 

Conaway 

Tofab 



G 

6 
'3 
5 

1 
4 




F T 

3- 9 15 

4- 5 10 
2-2 12 
1-2 
0-0 

a- 5 
0- 

15 21 15 
0-0 
2 1-25 
10-12 



Gregory 

Ham'ton 

Hards's'n 

Radcliff 

Ma'th'ws 

Totals 



5 
1 
2 
2 
2 
18 



4- 6 14 
0-0 2 
0-0 4 
0-14 
4-6 8 
15-25 51 



Scors By Pariods 

Cox 12 15 20 24—71 

Norfolk ChrisUan 7 8 16 20—51 



CAGE TRYOUTS 

VmOIMA BEAOT — Tlie Dtt- 

mond Springs Becreaftion Comn^ 
tee, sponsoring teams f<H' bsg^ 
11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-19 Uving in 
the Diamond Springs, Gantai 
Wood Park and Lawson Forosi 
area, will have tiyouis 9^ Oid 
High School tonight at 6 o'doeJc 



Fort Story Fivo Rolls 



22 27-47 71 



NORFOLK CHRISTIAN 

G F T 

aiw'g't 3 4- 6 10 

Phelps 13-45 

Smith 2 0-04 



PORTSiMOUTH— Bill .Lattimer, 
a 6-1 forward, pumped in 41 
points to lead unbeaten Fort Story 
to a 85^ Ham^n Bosuli Service 
League victory ove** the Ports- 
mouth Naval Hospital Tuesday 
night. 



Lattimer. 

Becton 

Wheatley 

Mitchell 

Riggs 

Shelbln 



FORT STORY 
G 

17 

4 
5 
4 
4 



F T 

7-15 41 
0-0 
5-7 13 
3- 3 13 
1-2 9 
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Virgin!* Beach SUN-NE\A^, Thursday, Decembisr 12, 1963 
Page 6-A l 

Grid Gaines On WAVY-TV 



Bight poit>#ea»)n football 
pim «rtl to telffvlMd by WAVY- 
TV ^uumd W during December 
and Jannary, aiKi five of them 
will te |f«»nted in <»Ior. 

W^JVY Ridk) will brc»dcast 
four of the games b^ween De- 
cember 2B and January 1. 

I%e eii^t-ganae schedule on 
WAVY-TV follows im times are 

Sritadjty, Dec. 14 4 pjn. EST— 
18tt annual Junior Itose Bowl 
Gan» at Pasadena, Odlf. Orange 
OmA College of CaUfomia vs. 
Natteastem Oklahoma A & M. 

Srtirday, wee. 21, in color, 
1 p.in. EST~fifai annual Liberty 
Bowl Games at Philldelphia Sto- 
dimn. Nortti Carolina State vs. 
MiasiMlppi ^te. 

Saturday, Dec. 2B, 4:45 p.m. 
ECT— 39th annual ifeist-West 
Shrine Game at Kezar Stadium, 
San Rmicisco. 

Sunday, Dec. 29— ^TOtti annual 
Fftrtional Football League Cham- 
pionship Game, in park of West- 
em Conference tWeholder (time 
to be announced). 

P.A. Opens 
Mat Slate 
With Win 

NEWPORT NEWS — Trailing, 
23-7, after seven bouts Princess 
Anne finished wfth four pins and 
a decision Tuesday afternoon to 
defeat Ferguson, 30-23, and re- 
maki unbeaten. This was the open- 
mg match for Ferguson and 
nriix^^ Anne's tin^ in Eai^tem 
DMrict confereiKe con^)etition. 
M— Lee Terry <pA) pinned Oliver 

Carrttliew, S:'10. 
IW— iloy Carrithers W) <tef • Bill 

BriK, 44i 
112— ^hn JvctaBA <F) immed 

Wi^e Haniaon, 3>10. 
120— »iAfy Godfrey <F) def Vic 

Gregor, &2. 
127— Charles Thom|«on ^A) 

drew inth Mark Hughes, 44. 
1i^..4iee Hauser W) pinned Ju- 

nar SfN^t 3:44. 
im—Mefb Soles (¥) won by de- 
fault over Mike F^cank. 
l-fe-Lonnie Gallagher (PA) pin- 
ned Mike Chipka, 0:51. 
1S4— Godfrey Taylor (PA) pinned 

BlU Martin, 0:36. 
^5— Bin Turner ^A) pinned 

Stan Lampkin, 1:17. 
lao-^im Miller Wk) def. Dwight 

Carter, %0. 
I^— Brert Warf ord (PA) pinned 
Lany Perok, 2:16. 



Wednesday, Jan. 1, in color. 
1:45 p.m. EST— «Kh annual Su- 
gar Bowl Gtame M New Orleans. 
AlalMima vs. MlssWppl. 

Wednesday, Jan. 1, in color, 
4:45 p.m. IST-*€Oth annual Rose 
Bowl Game si Pasadena, CaUf. 
Dlinois vs. Watfiington. 

Saturday, Jan. 4, in color, 2:00 
p.m. EST— 15th annual Senior 
Bowl Game at Ladd Memorial 
Stadium, Mobile Alal^ma. 

Sunday, Jan. 12, in a)lor, 4:00 
p.m. EST— 14th annual Pro Bowl 
Game of the National Football 
League at Los Angeles Coliseum. 

The East-West, NFL Champion- 
ship, Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl 
games will be covered by WAVY 
Radio as well as WAVY-TV. Air 
times on radio will be the same 
as on television. The air times, 
of these four games will be 16 
minutes before kick-off. 

This is the 13th consecutive 
year that iNBC will televise toot- 
ball's oldest bowl classic, the Rose 
Bowl Game. It is tl« ninth 
straight for the Sugar Bowl, Sen- 
ior Bowl and Pro Bowl games, 
and the fifth straight for the Li- 
berty Bowl Game. This will be 
the first time the Junior Bowl 
Game is being tetevised m^on- 
aUy. 




W&M Coach 
Not Returning 

WEMAMSBURiG — MBton 

Drewer will leave his post as head 
football coach at the Ck)llege of 
William and Mary next June. 

This announcement was made 
Tuesday by College Presiitent 
Davis Y. Paschall. 

"Mr. Drewer and I l^ve assess- 
ed ithe football situati<m «t the 
college," Paschall said. "After 
careful consideration of the fac- 
tors involved, Mr. Drewer has 
concluded it best nol to renew 
his contract which expire in 
June, 1964." 

Paschall also announced th»t he 
Md appointed a committee to 
consider a replacement and to 
make recommendations to him 
accordingly. 




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dec^ber loVthe published price for Whalers read 
. . $2.80. It should have read: 

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Two tunnels, each more than a mile long, are ^ part of the great 
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for the largest ocean vessels. In addition to the two tunnels there will be 
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As a tribute to this ^reat project the Virginia Beach Sun-News will 
publish a special Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel edition early in 1964 
prior to the official opening. We know this edition will give an insight as 
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Ocean Park 
Club Visits 
Vet Center 



BAYSIDE— A ^tmp erf ladiw 
from Uie Ocean Park Woman's 
Club, under the direction of the 
Veterans' Affairs Chairman, Mrs. 
A. P. White werit tt> Keawghtan 
Veteram Hospital Friday ni^t, 
December 6, and staged a "bingo 
party" for the Veterans. 

The hospital had r^ue^ed 
that they come at night, if possi- 
ble, as «) many other organiza- 
tions c^ie in u» day time. The 
bin^ prizes w«re attractively 
wrapped as Oiri^mas packages 
and many of tl» bingo "wiimers" 
were saving them until Christ- 
mas! The club ladies also brou^t 
punch and loads of homemaiite 
cooktts as rrfreshments. Accord- 
m| to Mrs. Cam Fanner, pub- 
licity chairman, there were ab<Nit 
70 patients entertained by the 
group. 

Members accompanying Mrs. 
White were: the club president, 
Mrs. W. H. Twiford, Mrs. ENivid 
P. Graham, Mrs. De Forre.?t 
LUly, Mrs. C. B. Ralston. 

In (xmnection with the \vHer- 
ans Affairs committee work, a 
vwek prfor to fl»e bingo party, 
Mrs. A. F. White and Mrs. W. H. 
Twiford mmie the trip to Ke- 
coughtan to bring back baskets, 
belts, rugs, and etc., made by the 
blind Veterans and which will be 
crffered for sale at the regular 
Woman's Club meeting of the 
Ocean Park Qub this Wednes- 
day. 

According to Mrs. Farmer 
Mrs. L. R. Moreland and Mrs. 
V. M. Hopkins were <m one of 
the local TV Programs last week 
showing the items made by the 
Veterans and mentioning that 
they would be on display at the 
club meeting and before they 
could leave tiie studio the phone 
was ringing for them wanting to 
know how to ^et to Ocean Park! 
If this is any sign of a successful 
sale and we hope it is — maybe 
they will do a "landslide busi- 
ness!" X 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, December 12, 1963 

4 Paqg 7-A 

Bayside News 



Bayside Lions 
Host Leader 



BAYSIDE — The Bayside 
Lbns Qub held their regular 
meeting Wednesday night, De- 
cember 4 at 7:00 p.m. at Shore 
Drive Inn with the presidoit, 
Qurles McCoy, {»^esiduig. 

The Bayside Lions Club was 
honored with an official visit by 
District Governor, Ken Perry 
and his cabinet: Frank McCain. 
Deputy District Governor; ^ 
Hamlet, Cabinet Secretary; Jim 
Fridley, Zone Chairman; and 
Moon Kosjer, District Public Re- 
laticms Qiairman. 

Governor Perry talked briefly 
about the District projects and 
commended the Bayside Club for 
the way in which it has taken the 
lead in the District competition. 
(The Bayside Club wa$ tfje fii^t 
club to win the Gold Star Awaiti 
— an innovation in Lkmism — 
awarded at last year's State con- 
vention.) Perry also talked about 
the next convention which will be 
l^ld in TcM'onto, Canada totJidv 
8 - 11. r" 

The following were awarded 
attendance pins: George Lyon, 
Mac Will^ins, Gene Caldwell and 
Hugh Barnes (12 years.) Bill 
Nagg (6 years) Lewis Thurston, 
Gordon Huehson. Ivan Mapp, 
Hank Ostrander and Ray Shields, 
(7 years.) 

Relations chairman. Moon 
Kosjer, talked about the impor- 
tance of placing and maintaining 
road signs and also the placing 
of Lion Magazines in hc^pitals 
and schools to publicize the wcwk 
of Lions Clubs throughout the 
state and nation. 



Bayside Baptist 
Women Meet 



BAYSIDE — "nie Busiiws* 
Women's Circle, <rf the Bayside 
Baptist Church met Tuesday 
night, December 10, at 7:45 p.m. 
at tiie home of Mrs. John Brown, 
617 Lakeview Drive. 

The church held a "Family 
Night" prc^am on Wednesday 
night, December 1 1 at which time 
families brought covered dishes. 
The dinner was a 6:00 p.m. fol- 
lowed by Workers Conference 
and other meetings of the church 
groups. The church's monthly 
business meeting was held at 7:00 
p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. asfihn- 
strip on the Foreign Mission 
Week (rf Prayer was shown. 

The Homemakers' Sunday 
School Qass will hold dieir 
Christmas party at the hwne of 
Mrs. W. F. Solomon, 4432 Rey- 
nolds Drive at 7:15 p.m. FiWay 
night. 

The UWA Mission Study Class * 
will hold a "covered dish" supper 
Fri^ night, at 6:00 p.m. at the 
chtiiih. 



YOUTH GROUP TO 

f 

MEET DECEMBER 15 ' 

BAYSIDE— The Youth Fel-; 
lowship of the Bsiyside Christian ; 
Church will hold dieir last meet-|' 
ing until January next Sunday' 
night, December 15 at 7:00 p.m. 
at the church. Following a short' 
business meeting they will ad-: 
joum to the par»>nage where 
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Farrell will' 
entertain them with a Christmas 
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Vi#w Of 
Virginici Beach 

Doris Patrick 



TPWs may be the "meebm" 
A»y ever to appear In ttUs col- 
umn . . . it jg i^u t ¥OmBB CAf4- 
WES in the heart of Virgnia 
Beach borough at Atiantfc Avenue 
and 22nd £^. 

Everybody likes candy—In 
K>me shape, forai, or «b9tanoe— 
and one or more of your favwlt^ 
is found tantalizingly disi^yed 
here. 

All five senses raane instantly 
to life as soon as ywi walk 
through the glass door. Your eyes 
relish the spailding deanUmu 
and colorful array (rf Qm various 
con^ecUons. But even before you 
see, you are awai« of the de- 
U^ytful aronui all ritout ym. No 
perfunw has ever been invented 
to aroiae such plea«ire an* anti- 
cipation. Every piece looks m 
good, you close your mind to the 
•mount of calories that must be 
lurkb^ within the deiectable mor- 
•di. You want sonM of evay- 
Uiing— seafoam, four flavore of 
c h colate, strawberry, vanilla 
ind brown sugar; peanut britUe; 
ptco flak»: fudge in varieties of 
chocolate walnut, cho«)late pecan, 
peanut butter, caramel lujt, or 
plain; pecan delights; pecan cara- 
mel ^ces; pecan nougat dices; 
coconut squares In ^^uiffla, (*oc6- 
late and maple; party mints; to 
name just a few; and of course 
the famous Forbes salt water 
taffy whidi comes in 14 flavors. 

The candy is manufactured in 
the spotless kttchen behind the 
l^asi partition in ttie store. How 
|«ids«tisg to see tt being made 
J||^ before j^ur 0m^ 
'*Tliie of 'Ihe cmSy U tfways 
dti^ous and alw^ps tbe mae due 
to the fiHtes rigid adheratce to 
fonnuAa tai the manufa<^ure of 
aH the candies, and In the fact 
that k is always fresh. 

Padcaging of the product is 
the pride of Mr. Foites and in 
March 1061 his packaging took 
second pla(% in a nationwide 
conq)etitlon sponK)red by the 
duPont Company. 

Tliree of the 40 Foribes pro- 
duct are packaged especiaUy for 
dub sales as money making pzx>- 
jects. Time are peanut brittle, 
peco flake, ai^ salt water taf!y. 

Charles H. Forbes, Jr. is presi- 
(knt of the conu»uiy and his 
wife, Marion is secretary, ile 
opened hii first ah(^ in ¥ir^a 
Beach back in 1^3. A second 
store was opened In 1955, and in 
1969 the third shop was estab- 
lished. On March 14 of this year, 
Foibes Candy & Gourmet Shop 
on Duke of Gknu^rter street in 
WUliamrflmig was opened, with 
son Charles H. Forbes M in 
charge. 

Candy sales are not restricted 
to Forties confections only— there 
are many other dcmustic and 
Imported sweets avaMile. 

The five senses? Y«i've heard 
irtXHit it from those who know; 
yea see how good it hx^; ym. 
smell the marvelous anxna; you 
tuStB the luscious fiavcHfs; and 
you feel glad you l»ve gooA can- 
dy available in ywr neigMrar- 
hood. 

For the ^f t (o tiie peraon rmst 
difficult to please, stop in at 
Foihes— ei^ryone likes candy! 

BEACH MAN AMONG 
E.C.C. PHYSICISTS 

CmEENVHJLE, N.C. — Tony 
Katsias of Virginia Beadi was one 
of 14 EaiA Carolina College i*y- 
skal education majors to take 
part in a demon^retlon of phy- 
sical conditioning Saturday. 

The dononstra^n took {dace 
in Ifi^ Point during tbe find 
ses^n of tiie lOtb Annual Con- 
vertkm of the North Carolina 
Association of Health, Hiysical 
EAiertkMi and Beo'MMA. 

Kirtaias is the sen «rf lfa«. Itery 
KMas, ei2 a^d Street, V^rginit 



"MESSIAH" IS SYMBOL 
OF CHRISTMAS SEASON 

Of all the music aswciated widi Christmas, perfaai» m) com- 
position so well embodies the spirit ojf the holiday as Handel's 
"MessMh." The great (M-at(»io has enthralled countless audiences. 
It has teen said to have brought more money for charity than any 
other single piece of music. And it marked a rebirth for its comptMer. 

George Friderit* Handel wasi— —^ ' — — — 

virtuaMy a hasbeen in 1741. Ion- ! secUon. The audience, of course, 



don had grown tired of his Italian 
operas and of him. More than 
once he had barely missed being 
thrown into debtoii' prison, and 
his health was b^iinning to fail.* 
Then came a conunl^ion from 
ti» lord Ueutenant of Irdand and 
the fovemors of tiu^e charitable 
institutions for Handel to conduct 
a ^ries of charity concerts, re- 
ports Worid Book Encyclopedia. 
He began to compos a new pie(» 
for the tour. 

ibmdel was not an especlaUy 
religious man, but something 
seen^ to pc^Kss him as he 
worked. For some 23 days he 
kBpt to his study, refusing to see 
any viritors, leaving his food un- 
touched and worlding through the 
night. Now he played the baj^- 
chord, now he sang, then back 
to the wr^ing. His Mrvants 
th<Mi^t he was going mad. Often 
tl»y found him in tears. When 
he finished the "Hallelujah Chor- 
us,'' he declared, "I did think I 
did see all Heaven before me, and 
the great God himself." 

On April 13, 1742, 700 people 
crowded into a Dublin music haU 
for the {premiere of "Messiah." 
It was a rMoiinding success. 

At the firet English perform- 
utce a year later, King George II 
was so overwhelmed by the "Hal- 
Muj^ Chorus" that he rose from 

hU seat and stood throughout ^ 

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PutHfc Aware 
Of Water Need 

PRINCESS Amm — ■ Farm«^ 
and city people alike are becom- 
ing mcMe aware of lUie benefits 
remilting from water-conserving 
p^tices encouiiged by ^e ^■ 
ricultural Con^rvation Prc^ah, 
Mr. Chris Kraheiri>ill, Chainnan, 
Agricnttural Virilization and 
Conservation Couirty Conmiitt^ 
dedared recently. 

WidMptead drou^ in this 
part of the coun|ni tUs fall has 
^own very cl^i^ that conser- 
vation farming pays many kinds 
of dividends, he said, in available 
— even though afeuced-rwater 
supplies for hous^ld use, indus- 
trial purposes, and recreation, as 
well as for crops, livestock, and 
wildlife. 

"AOP makes it possible for 
farmers and Govaimi^ to co- 
operate in conserving national re- 
sourees," the Chainnan poiMed 
(Hit. "By Aaring the cort of need- 
ed ciM^irvation practices, the pro- 
gram recognizes the whote Na- 
tion's responsibility for protect- 
ing and conserving the naUiral 
resource base on which we aU de> 
pend." 

Drought makM everybody 
more interested in ttose types of 
ACP practices which have a dir- 
ect bearing on water conserva- 
tion, Mr. KnihenbiM ot»erved. 
Such practices include: The con- 
^rucUon of farm ponds — for im- 
proved grasdand management, 
water conservation, and ^osion 
control; in establishing enduring 
vegetative cover, for erosion con- 
trol, watershed prote<^on, or 
land-use adjustment. 

A very important benefit frwn 
ttese p^tices is that they cau» 
nni^ nwre rain and szmw water 
to soak into the soil, raise ani 
attbOize water tables, and pro- 
vide a more e^n fl^ of water in- 
to our larger streams and r^r- 
voiis. Ihus, less wfrter ru^i^ 
dowidull aM downrtream as 
floods, and more is dowed (town 
or beU back in Nature's reservdr, 
the earth, itsdf. Ilien the ws^er 
is ^nAvaS3y releMed from up- 
lAr^m ^Bp as it is nMre need- 
ed. 

"Kit for thrae ACP wato'-con- 
serving iMw;ti^'' Mr. l^ti^n- 
bill ^d, "mr currut wrtor ^it- 
age, botii on our tinm wbA in oar 
town, wwiM have bem OKue 



followed tbe example of their 
king, aiMt so began a custom 
which survives to our day. 

Despite the king's appreciation, 
however, London was not ready 
to accept Hanctel and the concert 
failed. It was not until HaiKiel 
began directing annual Iwneflt 
performances of "Meniah" at the 
London Foundling H<»pital in 
the nsCs^at his adopted ccnin- 
trymen oaale to recognize it as a 
>ma^rpie^, and oiK:e apin gave 
him their ai^daim. 

Address Change 
Asked Of Va. 
Vehicle Owners 

RICHMOND — C. H. Lamb, 
Commissioner of the Division of 
Motor Vehicles, today issued his 
annual appeal to Virginia motor 
vehicle owners who have changed 
their %ddre^es iince securing 
their 1963 license plates. 

"The nuni)er of Virginia motor 
vehides owiMts has grown to 
more than 1^26,000," said Mr. 
Lamto, "and the Att of this re^ 
tration list, makes it necessary for 
us to b«|^ preparation of 1964 
liee^e renewal ^^licathmi ri^ 

a tees \flr|b)ia license jpllte is- 
nted in your' tame and have 
changed your «idre«i during the 
currait year, please notify the Di- 
vision of Motor Vehides, P. 0. 
Bm 1^8, Riclmwnd, Vii^nia, 
23210, at once so we can nmil to 
your correct addre^ a license 
appUcatbm in 1964. If you fail to 
n<^iiy the Division of your change 
of address, your new license form 
cannot be ddivered and this is 
bmud to work a hardship on the 
licensee and cause him consider- 
able inconvenience." 

Commissioner Lan^ stated that 
the foUowhig information should 
be included in notifying his of- 
fice of a change of address: new 
address, 1963 license plate num- 
ber, titje number, make and iden- 
tification number and name as 
showil on the ctirrent registration 
card. He suggested that a postal 
card carrying this information be 
mailed directtly'to the Division of 
Motor Vehides, P. O. Box 1298, 
Richmond, Virginia, !S210, as 
SMn as possible to insure receipt 
of a new li<»n8e ai^lication form 
early next March. 

Bond Buying 
Advantages 
Are Listed 

investors were afdced today to 
consider the advantages of pur- 
chasing the permissible annual 
limit Of SeriM E and H United 
States Savings Bonds. Ihos. L. 
Chrisman, Savings Bonds Director 
for Virginia, called attention to 
the ^rt that because lin^ pur- 
chase of livings Bonds are ap- 
plki^le on a adendar year basis, 
limit purchases of Seri^ £ Bonds 
made before December 31 can be 
repeated 'in January 1964. Tl» 
annual iHircfaase limit on Seria 
£ Bonds IB #10,000 face vahie. 

Similarly inve^ns can buy 
Series H Bonds up to the annual 
IHirchae limit of ^,000 face 
^ue before the end of 1963 and 
t}» same amount again in Jan- 
uary 1864. 

Abo, Mr. Chrianad added, in- 
ve^ars who bold Sertes F ami G 
Savings Bonds, which are no long- 
Mr imied, can reinvest tl^ pro- 
em^ of th^e tvn) seri% as they 
mtta«, in ^oies £ and H Bonds 
^JwiA r^^ to tbe annual pur- 
dUMitaait. 



Christmas Tree Safety Tips 

0rmii tfw NatioMd Board of Fire Uiiderwriters) 

Your family and millions of others will soon be selecting 
Christmas trws fw the coming holiday sea^xi. 

By following these simple suggestions, you can have a tr» 
which is not only attractive, but also reduces the fire hazard: 

111 ake sure the tree you buy is a fresh one. When you select your 
tr^, feel Uw needles. If the trtc is fresh, they will be firmly at- 
t^hed. Avoid die tree with needles which drop off when brushed. 

^ limtnate the possibility of your tree drying out before Christmas 
by keeping it outdoors until the day you decorate it. You can help 
keep the tree fresh by standing it in a pail of water. 

JK emember to wait until the day before Christmas before setting 
up your tree. 



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educe wHir chaiKes of a Qiristmas tree fire by placing the tree 
in the coolest ^rt of the room. It should be away from radiators, 
heaters and the fireplace. Keeping your tree away from heat also 
will not only reduce the chance of fire, but help to keep the tree 
from (kying. 

JL our Christmas tree should be placed in the type of stand which 
has a water container in which the trunk rests. Fresh trees stay fresh 
by "drinking" a substantial amount of wat^. You will n<rtice that 
the water disappears frcrni the container quite rapidly, and you 
should refill it daily. 

\j hoose only flameproof decorations for your tree. You should 
use only decorations made of glass, metal or a firenresistant material. 



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andle your Qiristmas lights with care. Before placing them on 
the tree, check wires and sockets. Light sets with frayed wires should 
be discarded. To make sure you get good lights when you buy a new 
set, be sure it fc>ears the UL label of Underwriters' Laboratories. 

iC eminder: If possible, the switdi controlling the tree li^ts should 
be some distance from the tr^. This will reduce the chance of a 
spark from the electric switch igniting the tree decorations. Avoid 
attaching the lights to a baseboard plug behind the tree. / 

i n homes where an electric train is part of the Christmas display, 
tracks should be set up away from the tree. Toy trains sometimes 
throw off sparks, and sparks are a fire hazard. 

M omepne shmild be assisted to the task o( making sure that the 
lights on the Christmas tree are turned off at bedtime and wJ^ no 
one is near the tree. 

1 rees should be checked frequently for dryness. And, check tree 
needles near lights. If needles near a light have become dry and 
brittte, change the pwition erf the light. If needles all over the tree 
start falling, take the tree down at once and jmt it outdoors. 




Officers of the Virginia Beach High School Interact Club are (left to right) Paul deWitt, 
president; Ragan Pulley, vice president; John Ortt, secretary; Cason Barco, treasurer; Lee Ents- 
minger and Ben deLamorton, directors. Not pictured is a third director, Chris Hansen. 

(Boice Photo) 

On JFK Death 



CONDOLENCE LETTER RECEIVED 



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etal trees should iwver be decked with Christmas lights. The 
Natk>nal Board of Fire Underwriters says that use of oft-the-tree 
l^hting gives a safer and more attractive illumination. 

A Iways pick up gift wrappings immediately when Christmas pres- 
ents are opened. TTie wrappings you plan to save should be folded 
and put away. Other paper, boxes, and ribbon should be gathered 
up and placed in a metel waste container. 

d ome people like to keep their trees throughout the holiday season. 
Even if the tree appears to be fresh, however, take it down before 
it dries out. 

Merry Christmas! 



King's Grant Party Bee. 15 



KING'S GRAINT — The Christ- 
mas Party for the members of the 
King's Gi^nt Community League 
and their friends will be held 
Sunday, December 15, at the Bay 
Hartwr Club from 6:30 p.m. lintil 
mkbUght. The party will indude 
a cocktail party and social hour 
followed by dinner and dancing to 
a con^. 

Tickets for the event may be 
obtained from Mrs. Eleanor Han- 
son, 341-1436, who is chairman 
in charge of the party and mem- 
bers of her committee who are: 
Mrs. Lee 'ESdridge, 341-3421; Mrs. 
Pearl Stokes, 3414707; Mrs. 
Frances Parker, 341-2393; Mrs. 
ftachd Wins, 341-4316; and Mrs. 

CHORUSES COMBINE 
IN YULE PROGRAM 

PIAZA — A Christmas pro- 
gram of both sacred and secular 
Christmas selectiom will be pre- 
s»ited by the combii»d sixth and 
se\%nth ^de choruses at the De- 
cember .meeting of the l^rnnha- 
ven Elementary School P.T.A. 
Mrs. D. S. Proffitt will direct the 
group. 

Mr. ikl Cadtty, president, will 
conduct a brief busine^ session 
preceding the prognun at 8 p.m. 
Tuwrtay, Dec. 17, in the school 
audtttHhtm. An attendance award 
1^ be presented to the room hav- 
ing t^ larf^ percentage of par- 
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P^ Rhodes, 3414790. All resi- 
dents of King's Grant and the ad- 
joining areas are urged to attend. 
On Sunday, December 22, the 
aimual Christmas bonfire and 
carol "sing" will be held for the 
commimity at Lake Forrest Park 
on King's Grant Road, at 7:30 
p.m., Mrs. Jean /Haywood, chair- 
man, has arranged for Santa 
Qaus to be at the fire to welcome 
all the children. An accordionist 
will lead the carol singing. 

Starting at dusk on the same 
evening, Dec. 22, the league's 
light-up contest will begin. Three 
prizes will be awarded including 
a 150 Savings Bond for the best 
all around house and yard dis- 
play which will be the first award. 
A $25 Savings Bond will be pre- 
%irted to the home owner with 
the most outstanding front door 
decoration, and another |25 Sa- 
vings Bond will be given for the 
most original decoration display- 
ed. W. E. Witt, developer of the 
area, is donating the prizes. 

A judging committee of three 
composed of James McHroy, ar- 
diitect, Mre. William Carter, presi- 
dent of Uj€ Cavalier Junior Wo- 
men's cliA and a local Garden 
Clid) offldal, will choose the win.- 
ners of the Light-Up conte^. Any 
questions concerning the contest 
can be ai»wer^ by calling Mrs 
Jean Haywood, 341-1^5, or 
Charles Eldridge, preadent of the 
league, at 341^3421. 



VIRGINIA BEACH— The tragic 
death of President Kennedy had 
far reaching effects all over the 
world, even to the youth of other 
nations, as members of the newly 
organized Interact Club of Vir- 
ginia Beach High School learned 
last week. 

Paul deWitt, preadent of the 
local dub, received a letter of 
condolence from S. Jagan Mohan 
Rao, president of the Interact 
Club in Ambemath, India. 

Almost simultaneously Paul re- 
cdved a similar letter from a pen 
pal in .Marseille, France, 15-year- 
oWFrances Beranger. 

Both letfvrs greatly rtf!'.9ct 
th« dsap Miiotion both young 
psopb felt aboMt th« anamna- 
tion. Jagan Mohan said that the 
prMidanf "died a martyr at th« 
altar of humanity" and the 
French girl considered his 
death "one of tho groitMt mis- 
fortunos of the 20th Century." 

The Interact Club is sponsored 
by the Rcrtary Club and does 
much to promote better under- 
standing between nations through 
various youth projects. 

The Vir^nia Beach High School 
group, the firs* such dub in the 
state, has already launched its 
first project, the exchanging of 
pictures with other clubs all over 
the world. 

Paul said the club here {dans 
to answer the letter from Ambar- 
nath and perhaps promote their 
project by exchanging pictures 
with the Indian club. 

Why Jagan Mohan selected Vir- 
ginia Beach for his letter of sym- 
pathy is not yet known but Paul 



believes it was probably because 
j of Virginia's historical standing'as 
the "Mother of Presidents" and 
the state's close relationship to 
Washington, D.C. 

The young Indian undoubtedly 
obtained Paul's name and address 
from the Interact Club roster 
which lists the presidents of 
clubs all over the world. The 
club here was only organized 
about a month ago, just in time 
to be listed in the roster pub- 
lished Nov.Jk 

Paul's cori^spond^ce with the 
Marseille girl started last Decem- 
ber when his French teacher 
suggested tha't the s/tudents write 
to young people in that country 
as a means of improving their 
French. 

The letter from India states: 

"We the members of the Inter- 
act Club of Ambamath were 
stunned to hear the untimely and 
premature death of the great 
president of your country Shri 
John Fitzgerald Kennedy. A truly 
great life cut short by the coW 
hand of an assassin while he was 
trying to. complete the work of 
your another great President Shri 
Abraham Lincoln. He died a mar- 
tyr at the altar of humanity. 

"He proved to us of the young- 
er generation that man could do 
anything whatever the obstruc- 
tions and objections he miglit 
come across. In his death he has 
shown that principles come first 
and persons later. 

U.S.A. has lost another great 
President after Shri Abraham 
Lincoln who also died for similar 
cause of upholding that liberty is 
indivisible and is for all we the 




Interact Club President Paul deWitt shows the tetter bom 
India to RtHarian Lee Chambers. (Baldwin Hu^) 



youth of the worid over sahite 
I him and hold him in high honour. 

"•Kindly convey on our behalf 
our feelings of sympathy and conr 
dolences to Shrimati Keimedy and 
to the people of America, who 
have lost such a great PresidenI 
who was not of an age but for 
all time." 

Equally sirring is tlus letter 
from Frances: 

"Today it is a moment very, 
very sad that 1 write you. 

"^I wish^io speak of tlie desth 
I of President John Kennedy who 
'was your President of the gov- 
ernment but who was also that 
of the French in their tearts. I 
wish to assure you that all France 
loved him like ^e had nev^ 
loved a foreign President 

"That is why tlw day we ]e«ra- 
ed of his death we were man 
than upset. We found it t$viy 
atrocious and we were gr^l^ 
hurt by this great grief of Qm 
American people. We alnwst 9ied 
from emotion. All Friday wmt- 
ing we didn't leave our nKlio and 
since then we looked without a 
halt at the broadcasts which re- 
ported about him, the reactions, 
and the funeral. We especial^ 
admired Madame Jacqueline Kai- 
nedy who showed etxraordinary 
courage. In France she was great- 
ly loved and greatly admired. We 
were also very grieved for John 
and Caroline who so young, are 
now orphans. 

"I wi^ to assure you th^ newer 
has France seemed so overcwne 
by the death of a chief of state or 
of an important man. This VreA 
dent Kennedy was a very great 
man, unique and especially happy 
with his family. And we will ne- 
ver understand why the assasan 
didn't know that . . . 

"In the memory of the Presi- 
dent we all prayed the day Of the 
funeral for him and that nothing 
more would happen to Madame 
Kennedy of such great unhappin- 
ess. And permit me to tell you 
again that Madame Jackie Ken- 
nedy and President John Ken- 
nedy will remain forever in our 
hearts. "The first persons tlte 
most loved of the .U.S.A." 

"I will write you later to talk 
to you of other things less import- 
ant than this, which I consider 
one of the greatest misfortunes 
of the. 20th Century. 



AUXILIARY TO INSTALL 
NEW OFFICERS 

VTOGIMIA BEACH — The Lad- 
ies Auxiliary to the Viigima 
Beach Fire Department wiO hfM 
its annual instaUaftion baaqu^ 
Monday at Uie Rath^dtar 
Lounge at 7 p jn. 

All past pres(tents are re- 
quested to come a ttttle e«|y m 
that pictures can be m^. 

Auxiliary mend>ers are vr^ei 
to attoxl tlMS aocid. 



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Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, December 12, 1963 
Page 2-^ 



1I0I9S from IJoHf 

Agriciilturol Agent 

tve.lt IdlCK" COCKRELL, JR. 


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i^mmy to punish a voman if 
to jmA her in a room with a lot 
of WW h^4|Kl no mirror. 

Hw mrnvsA Annual Dairy 
^ort CcMw waa again hi^y 
iuro^ul, idth some fifty-five 
nrnt^en ^ (he Dairy Industi^ 
part^l^lM in the Chamber of 
C^mwm M^tivity. 

SooM of tte intereating t(^ii<3 
wam: ft^Kting the I¥odu(»«' 
I^k»l^ftwnoting tto^oduct; anA 
tlM SMi^man's ftAt in the Dairy 



of m^imun i^ue 
tw 4MiiMtas. Ona m 4Boaaibte 
RMAu fM* Low Mtterfat Teate, 
and a (iWMndwta talk by the 
Dai»^ AgRl^ltare at VPI, Dr. 
W^M B. 9dl, on Agitoilture in 
the MhA OaoKte. 

Iha aaemdi 4«y of tlM two-day 
tmM irm QIM with techmod 
jjlH^riBatimi for the modem, pro- 
PhI^ ftauyman. CimitMl Hay 
f^padiii^ Uae of fferiucklea, fJHm 
HMi^' wen tte^ imfMKrtant 

Saiftf^MSfvm ^^iiA AniwM wwet 

*nie firit Annu^ Meeting of the 
Souaeastem Daiiy Herd Improve- 
ment Araodation, held December 
4, elected the following Board 
Menrisers to serve the Associa- 
tion in 1984. They are: R. H. 
Diitoi, Jr., and J. I. Hershber- 
f^^ ifrom Virginia Beach. John 
C^gttandro and R. T. Berry, from 
C^U^&tim; J. A. Barlow, from 
m»i Wi|^; V. L. Miller, from 
&)uthampton: and B. IL^Bound- 
tsee, fr<nn Nahsenaond. 

The Board will elect its offi- 
oani at its first Board Meeting. 

Wntm Records Elactfoniealljf 

fanners in the Ctty of Vir^nia 
iteach will have an q>portunity to 
karn how to keep Setter fann 
retords by an electronic process 
sA a meeting at the Agricidtural 
BttiWng on Tuesday, December 
17, at 2:00 p.m. 

Ibis nem process, which has 
be»Lin opo^tion for about tiiree 
ymn, ^ a^ s^^Mm at , keeping 
ftnn reco^ which will assist 
ym in analyzing those enteiprizes 
m your farm wtiicb are the nMat 
pz^^Ue and ^rt profitdtsle. By 
thsmu^ uuSyitakg these rMK)ids, 
tt k pMBfble to increase net in- 
OMne elf the farm. 

AflQ^me not interested in in- 
erawi^ their imxtme i^ould ncA 
^ud this nMeting on De<£mber 
17, at our office meeting room. 
W^Jfjpw're a ^tMkt, 
iiwaa "acN^ 
VMU iail You 

i^very pu:lde you ^t brinp you 
naaiar to 6^^. ^nazin^y, the 
"thinking man" has failed to 
gnip <^ terifying agnificance 
of tba term "in a pickte." Al- 
though leading h(»ticulturisis 
h«re long known that Cucumis 
satiyus j^sB^SBS an indehia^nt 
P^p, the picUe indu^jy contin- 
ues to expaiMi. 

f^ickl^ axe associated with all 
ibe major diseases of the body. 
Eatii^ them breeds wars and 
Communism. They can be related 
to a^ aiziine tragedies. Auto ac- 
<^i^ ane caused by pickles. 
Time exijte a positive lelation- 
f^ between crime waves and 
<rflP«iTnption of this fruit of the 
cuQurbtt family. For example . . . 
Kearly all sick people have 
e^en piddes. The effects are ob- 
ypiialy cumulaUve. 

9i.9% of ill people who die 
iiam omcer liave eaten pickles. 

U0% of all soldiers have eaten 



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Tlw beef cattle buanen is 
changing in Virginia and the pro- 
ducer who itifi (m ft^ will be 
the one who is atert to the 
change. 

Right iu)w, It seems baef cow 
numbei 1HII b» <town a little 
during tte coming year, and it 
will take a cou^ of yean to re- 
ptenish cow herds. WMle (he 
severe culling <»w haids have 
taken this y«ur wtti rat the num- 
bers, it will in^rove ttie quality 
of the cattle left. Moi^ cow herrte 
wero long overdue ffff a good 
mM^. So (he cream of tli« crop 
win be left and the mw h^fers 
MmiM on will not only bring 
onr nunri)«« l^;k up, Imt will 
UMy inereaae <$wm above earlier 
hsnii. flowt^w there is a limit 
to tlw size of cow hard Vii^iala 
will wppoit and the limit nu^ be 
readied in the next deoMte. 

Where then will the Old Domin- 
ion 1^ in the beef cattle indus- 
try? The simple answer is to in- 
tensify, keep more of the cattte 
on {he land and add more imdi^ 
to than, and perhaps in time sell 
more slaugWer cattle. More feed 
will be needed, aiMl it will likely 
come from an increased use of 
com silage and shorter rotations 
with higher yielding croi». 

The catUe business can be in- 
tensified by keeping more of the 
calf crop on the farms, adding 
200 to 300 pounds to them during 
the winter, awl sidling them to 
commercial f^dlots hi the spring. 
More calv» may be wintered to 
go <»i glass in tiie amuiKr. The 
use of a)m silage to winter calves 
will imrease. 

Preliminary work at the NorUi- 
em Virginia Re^arch Station at 
Middleburg indicates a profitable 
possibility of producing hi^ 
^ality com silage and full-feed- 
mg yearlings during the winter, 
selMng later in the i^rii^ as good 
pade slauf^ter cattte. To do thii^ 
it will be necessary to rearran^ 
opinions as to what a slaughter 
animal is. 'Tlie "n«i-fat trend" 
may mean iMtxiucers moU {n^ a 
Uttie tess finish on their cattle 
than in Que past. 

Large ooimnercial fee<Uots give 
{KtKiuoers a chaiux to sell more 
feeder cattle during the middle of 
the mmaaia r^her than waiting 
until fall. The atoaticm offers 
several qi^HU^inities— more flex- 
ilMttty in the type of cattle to 
graze, possibly the chance to 
reap more benefits from pasture 
fertilization by selling some of 
the cattle wIku pasture ^arts to 
wane in mid-sumn^r and holding 
the l^tweigfats for fall sale. More 
qp^ifically, producers may stock 
Imvy in the spring and then lightr 
en the i(^ in mid-aunnMr, car- 
ry a light k)ad the rest of the year, 
affii likely get greater returns 
from pasture. 

It all adds up to changmg 
mrthods of opera^n and building 



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4-H Activities 
and Events 

C. FRA!^K^ LAY 

Assistaal Agm 



if you are 10 to 19 y^rs old, you can be a 4-H Club 
Member. You can make new friends, luve Am and team by doing. 
Vou can take part in a wide variety of excitit^ mperiem^, sueh as 
club meetings, project work, demonstrations, ex- 
hibits, tour, camps, aiKl Share-the-Fun (Talent 
shows). Your parents can assist you in ^electkig 
a project and encourage you in your proj«:t work 
and other 4-H activities. 

If you are 19 to 100 j^ars old. ycm can have 
fun working with boys and girls. You can actively 
support the 4-H Club and leaders. If a 4-H Club 
is not organized in ymir area, you can help or- 
ganize one. You can be a volunteer leader and 
leara as you teach others. You can attend 4-H 
events and make new friends. Interested parents, 
relatives and friends help to make 4-H more suc- 




C. F. Lay 



cessful. 

4-H b Fmnr-Ffrid 

4-H, Heui, Heart, Hand, Health, is dedicated to the foiir-fdd 
de^^^pment of yuung poc^te as is shown in the 4-H Pledge — ^*'I 
pledge my HEAD to clear thinking (development cd the mini), my 
HEART to grMtor loyalty (development of citizenship and feilow- 
ihip), my HANIW to laifer service (dignity of work), and my 
HEALTH to batt^ living (development of good health habits, bet- 
ter!!^ one's well babM0, ii» my Club, my Community, and my 
Country. 

Yea Ca« Start a 4.H Clab 

Hwv? See if others ia your community are interested (10-15 
people <rf about the tame Bf9) then talk it over with your i^uents. 
Have them (or you can do it yourself) call the VPI Extension Office 
at City Hall. We will help you to organize a Club. 

Boys and girls can belmig to the same club, and parents can be 
lewlers making 4-H a family centered, commimity bas^ organi- 
zation. 

4-U is For Urban Youth Too! 

Perhaps you have heard that 4-H is only for farm youth. Well, 
diis isn't so. Any person between 10 Mid 19 years (Ad in Vitginia 
Beach caA^oin 4-H. If your space is limited, you can choose from 
the following projects — ^Automotive Care & Safety, Career Explora- 
tion, Dog Care and Training, Electricity, Entomology, Clothmg, 
Food. Home Improvement, Home Grounds Beautification, (includ- 
ing indoor plants). Lawn Mower Care, Light Horse & Pony, and 
Safety. Surely you want to learn more about one <rf these. 

CoBing Events 

December 16 — ^Bl^;kwater Community Qub Christmas Party — 

Black water Firehouse— 7:30 P.M. 



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Yes, whm you give a gat 
appliance you're giving a gift 
that will last through-out the 
year and for years to come. 



Ntothing could be more dependable and economical 
than a new gas washer, dryer, refrls^rator, range, 
hot water heater or even a new furnace ... so why 
r^ give a gift that will keep on gjvlng for years I0 
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a greater beef cattle hidustry. 

And certainly with rising costs of 
production, beef cattlemen may 
be vigilant for changes which will 
help intensify the cattle business. 




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You turn 
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for the ex- 
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|IjB% of M Cooumni^ ^ma- 
^^sets have eaten piddes. 

li,7% of ti» people involved in 
av aiMl auto accidents ate pickles 
urilUm 14 df^s preceding the ac- 

^.1% of juvenile delinquents 
SOBM^ firom h(»nes where i»ckles 
U$ anrv^ frequently. 

Evidence points to the long- 
tima effects of pickte eating: Of 
tte fm>^ bom in 1839 who la- 
tef diMd on jiM^Ucs, tb«m km 
htm MK mmtaHty miMm- 
lAff eaters born betw^n IWB and 
un lavs upBWad tim, hava 
trnt m^ of ttit te^, have brit- 
Oe tmm and Ming eyesight— if 
tfw ttt 4 «tt^ ^Os^ hwe nai 

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a hief ^^ i^^Mir 
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lusty engines for it— two sixes and two VS's— with output all the way 
up to ^ horses*! 

And if that combim^ion of modest weight and potent power makes 
you think this is one frisky car, you've got the right idea. 

You've also got a car with lots of room for legs, hips, shoulder^ 
hats and luggage. Yet its 115-inch wheelba^ keep it 
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With its Full Coil suspension and snug insulation, it's 
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THE MIXING BOWL "3i\ 5L« Do CS 

't^ape Cod YestenJav's" was 

OM of the • novels in' which the 
late Jo^ph C. Lincoln gave his 
manV admiring readers, a picture 
of life along this part of the north 
Atlantic coastline. 

Bom in Brewster, half-way 
down the Cape, he was a pie- 
loving Yankee, and high on the 
list of his favorites was one made 
with cranberries. "Mother and 
Grandmother also ui^d to make a 
cranberry pie that came to the 
table fat and puffy and inviting," 
he reminisced. "It was baked in 
a deep dish and when cut it 
streamed juice, just as does a 
properly constructed blueberry 
pie. The triangular sections on 
our plates were islands set in red 
seas. We could — and often did — 
eat the pie with a spoon." 

The recipe for this lu.wious 
pie was lost forever, he lamented. 
"I have a dim memory that, in our 
house at that time, a cranberry 
pie was sweetened with brown 
sugar, ITie moist lumpy kind. In 
Grandmother's youth it was, of 
course, sweetened with mnlisses. 
And over at Greatuncle Silas's.' in 
his little house on the North 
Shore, molasses is still used." . ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ 

The recipe for Cape Cod Deep- j package into the freezer. When ' 




Dish Cranberry Pie which follows 
makes a delectable pie sweetened 
with a mixture of sugar and mo- 
lasses: a pie Mr. Lincoln would 
have loved. Since six cuos of cran^ 
berries form a lot of juice, 'Just 
enough tapioca has been used to 
give a bit of body to its runaway 
succulence. 

Cape Cod Pa'<ed Fresh Cran- 
berry Pudding and Steamed Fresh 
Cranberry Pudding are two other 



it comes time to use them, rinse 
quickly in cold water and cook 
without defrosting them, 
CAPE COO DEEP-OISH 
CRANBERRY PIE 
Pastry, using 2 cups flour 
6 cups fresh cranberries ^;^ 
2Vi cups sugar 

I3 cup quick-cooking tapioca 
^4 teaspoon salt - 
V\ cup unsulphured molasses 



ij c ^- A l. ,.,.„ ^^-cn-ti. 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 

old-fashioned cranberry de.serts , ^ .^^ ^^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^-inc ^ 



which the test kitchen of the 
United Fresh F-uit and Vegetable 
Association hi', adapted to mod- 
ern ingredients ."^d methods. 
This is the peak of the cran- 



inch baking 
dish with % of the pastry rolled 
1 8 inch thick into a 12 x 15-inch 
rectangle, lining the bottom and 
sides of dish. Wa.sh cranberries 
and mix with sugar, tapioca and 



berry season and the croo oromis- 1 gait. Turn into pastry-lined pie 
es to be excellent agam this year. 1 ^^^^^ pj-j^j^jg n^ojasses over me 
Enjoy them while they're on our i j^p qq^ ^j^^ butter or margarine, 
produce counters, but don t for- 
get to stash away a dozen or more 
boxes in your' food freezer. These 
need absolutely no processing; 











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Rofl remaining pastry 1 ''8-inch 

thick. Cut into strips %-inch 

thick. Place over top in lattice 

fashion. Bake in a preheated hot 

oven <400°F.) 60 minutes or until 

done. 

YIELD: 8 servings. 

CAPE COD BAKED FRESH 
CRANBERRY PUDDING 
1 cup fresh cranberries 
4 medium-sized apples 
1 tablespoon cornstarch 
% cup sugar 
% cup water 
l'/ cups sifted.all-purpose flour 
% cup sugar 
3 teaspoons double-acting baking 

powder 
'/. teaspoon salt 

14 CUD (V2 stick) butter or mar- 
garine 
1 large egg, well beaten 
'4 cup milk 

1 taaspaon pure faniil-. > "ict 
Wash cranberries. Pr ' ■ " core 
apples. Put cranberries ..nd ap- 
ples through a food chopper, us- 
ing the coarse blade. Mix corn- 
starch with sugar in a saucepan. 
Add water. Stir and cook until 
thick and smooth. Add cranber- 
ries and apples. Cool. Sift togeth- 
er liie next 4 .ingredients. Add 
butter or margarine and cut it in 
until mixture is like ."oarse 
crumbs. Stir in egg, milk ar.i 
pure vanilla extract,' stirring only 
until flour mixture is moistened. 
Turn into a greased 8x8x2- 
inch pan. Pat over bottom of pan 
to cover it uniformly. Add cran- 
berry mixture. Bake in a preheat- 
ed moderate oven (375°F.) 40 
minutes. Servie hot. 
YIELD: 6 serving. 

STEAMED FRESH 
CRANBERRY PUDDING 
2^4 cuDs fresh cranberries 
'4 cup sugar 

j l-'n cups sifted all-ouronse flour 
I m teasDOons double-acting 

I baking powder 
j ^ tpisponn salt 

I I tablespoon grated oran'^e rind 
I m teaspoons pure vanilla ex- 

j tract I 

i^ CUP shortening 

' % CUP sugar ! 

? large eg?s I 

Wash cranbprries and put them ; 
f'lrouffh a frtnd rhnnner. us'n<? ' 
'he r-n.ar.se Wade. Arid fie ^ cud ! 
=:ii?'ar and let .st^nd tmtil re^dv 
ti u'P Sift to^HhPT flour, bikin" ; 
powdpr and salt. Set aside Blend ; 
tofTpther the next 3 ingredients. | 
Gradu^Hv add siisar. Beat in ' 
ecr?s. S^r in cranberries. Gradu- 
alvv add flour mixture. Gre^'^e 
irr^'^'iiiuil r^olrii! and ^nrinklp 
li'^bfiv with f1"ur S'^i'^n jn h^t- 
tP"- rn'na fhpm 2-^ full Civer 
tifhtiv with a diii^ip ^hii^kne?!; of 
foil Hald 't in nlT"" 'v"h nrh^pr 
h^ind' Pl^fp rnol'^s nn a rttc^ 
Pnur in pnmi^h biil'Tt* wafor to 
come half wav un the sides of 
molds. Cover and steam m 



ter boiling point of water is 
reached. Add additional water to 
pan if necessary. Serve warm with 
Orange Hard Sauce. 
YIELD: 10 Individual molds. 
ORANGE HARD-SAUCE 

1 tablespoon grated orange rind 
y^ teaspoon grated lemon rind 
% cup butter or margarine 

2 cups sifted confectioners' sugar . 

3 tablespoons milk 

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract ' 
Blend orange and lemon rinds ' 
with butter or margarine. Add 
confectioner's sugar altematdy ' 
with milk and pure vanilla ex* ' 
tract. Serve hot over Steamed 
Fresh Cranberry Pudding. 
YIELD: 114 cup. 

RAW CRANBERRY-ORANGE 
$AUCE 

4 cups (1 lb.) fresh cranberries *^^ 

2 medium apples, pjeeled 

1 tablespoon grated orange rind 
1% cups finely diced fresh 

orange 
1 Vj cups sugar 

Put cranberries and appdes 

through the food chopper, using 

the medium blade. Add orange 

I rind, dked oranges and sugar. 

1 Let stand several houre w ova*- 
j night. Serve as a sauce for poultry 
' or turkey. 

YIELD: 4 cups 
REGAL CRANBERRYRAISm 
PIE 
Partly 
% cup shortening 

2 cups sifted flour 

1 teaspoon salt "'*"^ 

4 to 5 tablespoons water ' '• 

TO MAKE P.ASTRY: ^ V. 

Cut shortening into flour and siftt*' 
with a pastry blender until i^-^^ 
ture is the consistency of Cfftti' 
meal. Sprinkle water over mix- 
ture and blend lightly with a 
fork. Turn onto waxed paper. 
Fold paper over dough and knead 

3 to 4 times. Let stand about 15 
minutes. Divide in half. Shape ']4 
of dough into a ball and place 6n- 
a lightly floured pastiy cloth.' 
Roll out a circle of dough that 
will be 1 inch larger than the pie 
pan Fit crugt into pie pan. Fill. 

Roll out second half of dough 
in the same manner as above. 
With a pastry wh^l or a knife, 
cut lattice strips j.'J inch wide. ' 

To make lattice top, lay pastry 
strips about 1 inch apart over 
filling. Turn every other strip 
back. Place a strip diagonally as 
ross the center. Return folded 
strips to first position. Turn back 
alternate strips that were flat ss 
fir,=it diagonal strip was placed. Lay 
second stbp diag(n»]fy. !tetani 
fnlded "Scrips to flat position. Con- 
tinue this process to the edge. 
Then work from the center to the 
opposite edge in the same manner. 
Trim strips, so thev are even wifh 
the edee of the pie nan. Fold bot- 
tom crust ovnr lattice at edgea 
and flute. Bake in a hot oven 
MOO°F ) about .^ minutes or un- 
til crust is a Polden brown. Re- 
move and ."serve warm with hard 
sauce, if desired. 

1 pound <4 CTiDs) fresh cranberries 
^ cuns su?ar 
^ CUP cornstarch 

1 tea.spnon ernnnd cinnamon 
T< tensooon aBsoire 

2 tablespoons shredded orange 
peel 

^'t CUP w!»ter 
1 T ', cuns r^isiTJS 
TO M.AKE FILTJNC: 
W^iqb cranberries and remove 
stems Combine metkr. cornstarch, • 
cinnamon, and allsDice In a ^uce- 
pan Add cranberries, oramfe peel 
•»nd w^tpr Cover and heat to boil- 
i?ri» Cont'nne to heat for amther 
"> rniniitps untn berries aw soft. 
Penned frnm hesit and add rais- 
ins Fill pie CTust with ttie fruit 
mixture. 



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STRONG 
COMMUNITIES 




Virginia Be«h SUN-NEWS 
, "rtwrsday, Dec. 12, 1963 
Page 4-B 




9m. ImiEtT B. HARPER 

wama 

Deterralned by the things that 
transpire during its thirty 
oae dtj-s, Decembsr should be re 
garded as the most important of 
the months. Including Christmas, 
which wiJl be considered later. 
De^mljer includes several great 
days in the histpry of the United 
States and of the world. 



JUST A THOUGHT: 

K hi all too easy for m te 
tak6 thiBfi htf granted and 
■ever realize the importance cf 
t«mcth!ng until r 2 discover 
QuA we hare lost it. 



To ewisider them in the order 

- of their appearance in the yea.- 
the Pilgrims landed in America on 
December 21, 1€20, but there arc 
some who claim that Jamestown 

c.-tod not Plymouth Rock should be 
regarded as the matrix of Ameri 
cam liberty. 

The War of 1812 with England 
ended by treaty on D3C3mb2r 17, 

'1813, but the news of the treaty 
brought to our country in slow 
sailing ships had not reached the 
embattled Americans when under 
Andrew Jackson tli?y turnel back 
Und ruined the British on the 

' irfains of Ciia'mette just below the 

' city of New Orleans, The war with 
Japan was begun on December 7. 
1941, a war in which tho spirit of 
the old lighting Samurai was pitted 
against the "spirit t4 1775." 

And we may surmise that if no 
Atlantic cable had baea laid and 
BO radio connection es'.ablislied, 
tt« Mhievemehts that have fol- 
lowed the first flight of the V.'rig'it 
taothere OB December 17, 1903, 
would have prevented the battle 
of New Orleans. Swrsly we can 

- VMte and repeat, "Behoki what 
God bath wrougbiu'* 



'^m Offered 
'On Receiving 
SS Benefits 



, .'Harv^ J. Ridinger, social se- 
.curity Field Representative of 

'.the Norfolk crfficc, offered a few 

' ti^ today on how to get your 
.first social security check when 
k IS due. 

If you are Hearing retirement, 
Mr. Ridinger suggests tfiat you 
get in touch with your social se- 
curity office, and take some 

, proof of your age with you. Have 
a iiiiemt)ef of his staff examine 
whatever proof you may have to 
see if it will be acceptable when 

' you do retire. 

Should you need better evi- 
dence of your date of birth, you 
will be given information to help 
you get that additional evidence. 

Iffou4« withm three months 
of retirenwnt age, the social se- 
curity 4rffice can take yovit ap- 
plication for benefits now, (jo 
to tiyi social wcurity office and 
: take with you proof of your age 
a»i your weal security card, of 
c<»rsc. 

Mr. Ridinger said that even 
though you are still wcM-king and 
are 65 years old, jou can apply 
at any time. Many p«>ple think 
that you have to retire complete- 
ly to get aay benefits. This is 
not true, Mr. Ridinger said. 



miTSai OF GOD 

-620 } 4th Strwt 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday School ' 

1I;M A.M.— Morning W<anl^ 

7:30 A.M.— fiveoiM Worsli« 



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ST. AIDANT 
UWCOPM. OILRC'H 

ia Kug's Grairt; Ekoientary 

sdhod) 

V^m S41-373* 

■iv. Ii. 1. Ti^lar, fr.. Vicar 

9:l$-pilo^ OmmmMt (IA and 3rd 

tmnlti^ mdk omMfa) 
9:11— ^nnh Sctooi (cowame^ with 

M^MV ft^nv lad aoA 4th teA^ 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 

14«0 Pleasure House Road 
IhBtor— Jama V. De Foe 

8:30 & 11:00 A.M.— WOTship 

SGfViC6 

Sumfey Sdwol— 9:20 & 10:10 8.m. 
«:uo P.M.-— tvenmg Service 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 

BAPTIST CHURCH 
Pastor — Rev. Melfta Hogbca 

245 Ro^mont Road 
11 a.m. &. 7:30 p.m.— WoraWp 

Services. 
9:30 A.M.— Sunday Sofaod 
6:15 P.M. — Training Uhjoe 



BEACHLAWN BAPTXS1 CHURCH 

(W. T. Ca>ke School, 15th &.) 
9:45 ajn.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — W<M^hip Service 
7:J0 pjn. — Evening Worship 
7:30 pjn.— Wed. Prayer Service 

FAnH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beat* Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
Fred M, Fariss, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 

6:30 p.m. — Fellowship Hour. 

7:30 pjn. — Evening Servicea. 



GRACE BRETHRfelN OjURCH 

Grrat Neck at HiTltc^ 
A. H«t>ld Arrtngton, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service 
7:30 P.M. — Evening Service. 

Pentecostal 
CHURCH OF CHRIST I 

1 5th Street and Baltic Avenue 
Elwood Kern, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
il:00 a.m. — Morning Worsh^j. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 

King's Grant Baptist Chorck 

King's Grant Rtted at Queensbury 

Drive, Lynnhaven, Va. 

Rev. H. E. Richards, Jr., Pastor 

10:00 am.— Sunday School 
ll:(K) a.m.— Morning Worsh^ 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 

WhSt CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

209 - 20th Street 
9:30 A.M.— Sunday Sdwol 
11:00 A.M.— Chuhch Service 
8:00 P.M.— Wednraday Service 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPriSl CHURCH 

Rev. T. M. Walker, Pastor 

9:30 a.m.— Church School 
'1:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening SVorshq) 

OCEAN PAitK 

COMMUNITY CHURCH 

Paul E. McCulIougb, TI1.M., Pastor 

Do, Pont Circle, Baysicte, Va. 
9:45 a.m.— Bible School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m. — Family Nigjit Service. 

Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bav. Virginia 
ALVIN ST. CLAIR, PASTOR 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 



BIBLE BArnST CHirRCH 

Bayside. Virginia 

Greenwell Roa»l & Lakeview Dr. 

Rev. David iMoore, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:45 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ST. JOHN^ BAPTIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkins, Pastor 
10:00 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Wonhip. 
6:00 P.M.— B.T.U. 
7:00 P.M.— EveniDg Wordiip. 

London Bridge 
BAPriST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Virginia 
G- Edward Hughes. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evening Worship 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35lh Street at Holly Road 
H. Wadell Waters, Pastor 

.9:30 A.M. 

— _11:00 A.M. 

6:15 

7:30 



PM. 
PM. 
later 



Sunday School 
Morning Worship 
Training Union 
Evening Service . 
Evening Services 30 minutes 
May .15-Sept 15. 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 

In Princess Anne County en Highway 
615 Ci mile Past Oceana Air Station 
on right. 
T. J. Tingle. Serving as Minister 

Sunday School .- 9:45 A.M. 

Worship S«-vice 11:45 A.M. 

Evening Service — 7:30 P.M. 



Virginia Beach 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laikin Road, IJnkhom Bay 
9:45 a.m. — ^Sunday School. 
REV. GENE GARRICK 
Interim Pastor 

n.-OO a.m. — Morning Worship 

11:30 a.m.— ( hildren's Church 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Service, 



IHAUA f VNN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

(Mectii^ in fiincMi AaM 
High School) 

9:30 A.M —Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITED 
CHURCH 

(Cpngrcgational Christian) 

Meetings in Pembnrfce Manor 

Elementary Schoid 

Rev. Charles F. Pegram, Minister 
9:30 ajm.— Ctiurdi Sdiool 
10:30 am.— Wonshv 

Nursery at all services 

FIRST COLONIAL 
BAPflST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Road 
George 1. Stallings, Partor 
9:45 a.m.-Sumkiy School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Mid-week service - Wed. 

SUBURBAN CHRISTLiN CHURCH 

111 Lx^wu^ Ave. 

Bellamy Manor, Virginia Beach, Va. 

L, W. MEACHCM. Pastor 

9:43— Sunday Scliool 
11:00 — Mornmg Woi^thip 

ST. nFcholas 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Little Neck Road— King's Grant 

Rev. ISicbolas J. ti^liete 

Sunday Masses. 

8:3U and 10:30 A.M. 
Confessions: 

4 to 6 p.m. Saturdays 
Catechism Class: 

10-12 Saturdays 
Baptism: After 8:30 a.m. Masses 

Star of the Sea 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th Streei and Arctic Circle 
REV. FRANCIS V. BAMBRICK 

Sunday Masses: Winter, 8:00, 9:30, 

li a.m. & 12:15 p.m. 
Summer (June 1st through Labor 

Day>-7, 8, 9, 10, 11 a.m. & 12 

Noon. 
Holy Days, 6, 7, 9 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. 
LonieAsions, 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 

8:00 p.m. SatunJay. 
Weekday Miissos, Winter — 6:30 & 

8:45 a.m. 

Summer — 8:45 a.m. only- 



St. FVucia Episcopal Ctawch 

1^ Rev. Clayton E. Criggw 

Vicar>ia-Charte 

Now Meetir^ at Rinaldi's Plaza 

Bowling AWey. 
9:15 A.M.— Church School 
10:15 A.M.— Worship Service 
Nursery Provickd 



EMANUEL EPIbCOPAl CHURCH 

KempsviIIe Road. Rerripetville 

The Rev. dharics R. McGinkjr, 

Pastor 

8:00 A.M. — Holy Crnnmunkm 
9:15 AiM. — Family Service and 

Onuoh School 

(Holy Cooun«.niOB third 

Sunday) 
11:15 A.M. Morning Prayer and 

Senn<» 

(Holy Communion first 

Skinday) 
Nursery service av4]able 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Epfarapal) 

B. SIdacy Sanders, Rector 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service and 

Morning Prayer (3rd Sim- 
day Holy Communion.) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Paryer and 
&rmo(i (Isl Sunday, Holy 
Comnntmoa.) 



HAYGOOD MEMORlAli 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Bayside & Bay StH)re Rcat^ 

Janns G. Long, Jr., Pastar 

9:45 A.M. — Mornmg Wor&aip and 

Churdi School. 
11:00 A.M.— Mooming Workup and 
Churdi School. 

Old Donadon Episceiml Chnrch 
449 Witch Duck Road, Bayside 

8:00 A.M. — Holy Cooimuni<»i 

(Except durmg rector s vacation.) 
10:00 A.M. — Morning Prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Communion on 
first Sunday of each mo^fa.) 



ST. MATHEWS 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Beach, Va. 

summer Masses: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 & 

12 Noon. 
Confession each Saturday 4:00 pjn. 
to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.in. to 
8:00 p.m. 
Father O'Hara and Father Findlay 
Phone KI 5-9333 

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

419 Glenrock Road, Norfolk 2, Va. 
Rev. Charts T. Hendricks. Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Wordiip. 

KALA CHURCH OF CHRICT 

Back Bay, Va. 
Gene Hartsell, Minister 

10:00 A.M.— Bible School 
11:00 AM.— Morning WorsWp 
7:.^0 P.M.— Evening Worship 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

521 Va. Beach Blvd., Oceana, Va, 
James W. Medlln, Minister 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th and Baltic, Virginia B^^ 
PHILIP PINCUS. Rahbi 

7:30 A.M.— Services M<Mi.-Fn 
8:15 p.m. — Friday - Sabbath Services 
10:00 a.m. — Sat. - Sabbath Servia 
8:00 A.M.— Services Sun. 



Emmanuel 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

lOlOO Virginia Beach Boulevard 

(Temporary Worship Center) 

Kenneth A. Price, Pastor 

9:15 a.m.— Church School 

10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 

(Nursery for pre-school children 

during \|rorship) 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Congregiitional Christian 
Great Neck Road near Shore Dr. 

Rev. Sam Nelson, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:(K) a.m. — Morning Worsh^. 

DL\.MOND SPRINGS 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Disciples of Chri^ 
6700 W. Haden Road 
Near Little Creek Ferry 
G. David Shreeves, Pastor 
8:45 A.M. — Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service 
6:30 P.M.— Youth Groups 



Evangelical 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Of the Good Shepherd 

Atlantic and 1 8th Street 
Rev. John D. Keister, Minister 

8:30 A.M. — Morning Worship 
9:45 A.M.— Church School and 

Adult Bible Classes 
11:00 / M.— Morning Worship 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 

LUlHtlL^N CHURCH 

Baylake Pi.nra, Bayside, Virginia 
Kenneth R. Carfoahgh, Pastor 

8:30 A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— Oiurch School 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service 

PRINCF OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN OIURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 
Rev. J. Elmer Medley, Pastor 

Meeting at Malibu School 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday School and 

Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m. — Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — 1st and 3rd 
Sunday. 



CAmmnnHy 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Acredak — KempsviIIe 
Rev. A. P. Roach, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Mornir^ Worship, 
7:30 p.m.— Youth Eellowstap. 

LYNNHAVEN 
METHODIST CHURCH 

UUle Neck Road 
Rev. Walter A. WUtetant, 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:15 aA^— Mwnii^ Woiati^ 

Rnolts Idaod 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Knotts Island, N.C. 
Robert C. Black, MlnntCT 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday Scl\,ooi. 
11.00 a.m. — Wor^ip Service. 

BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Drive at Treasure Island Dr. 

Bayside 

Minister, OSCAR S. GOOD 

8:30 & il A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M. — Sunday School 

Charity 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Rev. William A. Moon, Jr. 

10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wonhip. 

SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Piim^ss Anne, Vir^iua 
Rev. Frank D. James 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Wordap. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
7:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

207- 18th Street 
REV. BEVERLY FELTY 

8:30 a.m. — Worship Service Summer 

Months 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 



BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Creeds 
Ralph W. Johnson, Pastor 

10:00 A.M. — Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 



OCEANA 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

S. Court House Rd., Oceana, Va. 
Paul A. Aidrieh, Pastw 

9:43 am.-~Sunday Sd^ol ^ # 
10:45 a.m.- — Morning Worship* 

Bayside 
PRESBYTEIUAN CHURCH 

Near Robbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. Johnson. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sui^y School, 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 



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Cahary 
WIESHYTERIAN CHURCH 

First Street, Gleniock. Norfolk, Va. 

E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a.m.—MM-ndng Worship. 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nots Fellowdiip. 
6:30 p.m. — Pi<Mieer Fellow^ip. 
6:30 pjn.— Young Pec^le's Fcllow- 
Aip. 



KEMPSVn.LE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7120 KempsviIIe Road 
A. D. Blount, Pastor 
9:45 A. VI .—Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
8:00 P.M.— Evening Worship 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

Meetins at Plaza School 
HERBERT G. HOBBS, Pastor 

9:45 A.M. — Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Oiurch School 
7:00 P.M.— Youth Fellowship 



Nimmo 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. F^nk D. James 
10:15 a.m.— Church Schodl 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FIRST 
PRESBYTERUN CHURCH 

Pacific Avenue at 36th Street . 
Henry O. Morgan 
I. Paol Voadacdc 
MiiiUcn 
iNnulay 
9:45 Church Sdwol 
11:00 Morning Worship 
€:00 Youth Pelowships 
7:30-8:00— Sunday eveninf Oa^ 
Vesper Swvice ' 



THE BOW CRPCK 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and PlazH Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 

Sunday School — 9:45 A.M. 

Church Service 11:00 A.M. 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 

CHI RCH 

Route 4 At Blackwater 

Pa.stor — Rev. Gary B. Ttiompson 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
lO.-OO A.M.— Sunday School 

"Ser^'iflg God and the Cenmmlty of 

Blark«»ater Since 1784" 

ST. GREGORYS CATHOUC 

cimicn 

7271 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. I^aitan Ahbattcchin. O.S.B. 
MASSES: 7:00. 8:00, 10:00; High 
Mass, 12:(X) nocn. 
OmfeanoBs Mt oo Saturday, 7.30- 
IJQ. 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregational) 

Siore Drive and Greenwell Road 
F.ari L. FarreU, Mhiistcr 

9:45 AM.— Worship Service. 
0.45 A.M.— &jnday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service. 

ASSEMBLToF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

E.ast I.ane — Oceana 

Rev. Samuel D. Beiler. Jr., Putor 

9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m.Evangelistlc Service. 



Tabercacle 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. LeRoy Davis. Mhiister 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 am. — Morning Worship. 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Ralph W. Johnson, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Church Scr.ool 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Woi^h^ 



GALtt-EE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific— GA 8-3573 

Ihe Rev. Edmund Berkeley, Rector 

Rev. Macon B. Walto« 

Assistant Rector 
8:00 a.m.— HOLY COMMUNION 
9:00 a.m.— MORNING PRAYER 
AND SERMON 
(IWy Conwnunion 4th Sunday each 
month) 
11:15 a.m.— MORNING PRAYER 
AND SERMON 
(liolv Coomaiaim let Sum^y of Mcb 



THALIA METHODIST CHLltCH 

Pine Ave. A Va. Beach Blvd. 
Rev. B. J. Garrett, PmIot 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:45 a.m.— Worship 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Virginia Beach Boulevard. Lynnhaven 

Douglas Ehcfi, pHtor 
8:45 a.m. and 1 1 a.m. — servieei 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
6:30 p.m. — Y^th Fellewship 

FRANCIS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
E. J. Taylor, Pastoi 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

Scolt Memorial 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road, Oceana. Va. 
Rev. Lee H. Richcritk, PMtor 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11 00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7^0 pJn.— Youth Vx^kmim^ 



Christ Presbyterim drank 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 

M. Bland Itedhy, Minister 

8:30 A.M.— Worship and Churdi 

School 
9:30 A.M.- Worship ami Churx* 

Scfiool 
11:00 A.M.— Worship and Chui«h 
School. 





Saturda|r 

Luke 

2:8-20 



THESE FIRMS UROE YOU TO COAAE TO A PUCE 
OF WC^SHff EVERY WEEK 



KING'S GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's Cirant 
Elementary SchooM 
Ri^mond C. Flifton, PastM 
9:50 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship. 



LYNMIAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lvnnhavcn Vilkge 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr., Miiristtf 

9:4.^ a.m. — Church School 
11)00 a.m. — Moml^ W(wship. 
6:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fcllowsh^). 
7:30 pjBk. — Evening Worship. 



ThaHa THMy 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Now muring hi the 
Thalta Elementary ScNxri 
Irving R. Stubbs, Minkter 
9:30 A.M.— Mombig Worship 
10:45 A.M.— Church SdJo<ri 



MURDEN DRUG CO., INC. 

PrtHi^ Effldent tnaeApllkn Scrric* 
Phone 3404II1I Lemhn Mife, Va. 



SEASIDE A^RKET 

Tetephone 428-9913 
23N ^r^ Vir^ria 



ROSE'S 5-10-25C STORES, INC. 

369 3ist St. A 1901 Atfatic Avmm 
Yaw Shoppl^ Center 



RUSSai & HOLMES 

"Where Sbon^ b a 
1908 Atlantic Avenue 

GA 8-4301 
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LEONTOAS C. NORTHERN fc. 

AirtMl Second Ctes Leonid 
C. Nort^jni Jr. oC Vii|iaia 
Beach, K paitMptting in Ex^- 
cUe Big Lift, the joint Depart- 
ment Of Defense demonstration 
of U. S. capability for rapid 
massive reinforcement of NATO 
fOTces in Europe. 

Airman Northern, an Air 
tkmx urcmft nechank^ \& a 
men4>a: of a Oonwosite Air 
&rike Force of 1 16 Tactical Air 
Oxnmand aircraft deployed to 
France and Germwiy. Oombat 
air and ground forces for the 
exercise are being provided as 
elements of the U.S. Strike Com- 

BMUld. 

The airman, who attended 
UniMi Kcmpsville High School, 
is the SMI (rf Mr. and Mrs. Leoni- 
das C. Northern Sr. of 716 16th 
Sk., Virginia Beach. 




CADET RONALD SWIHART 

AUBURN, Ala. — Air ¥t»c6 
Cadet Ronald Swihart of Virginia 
B^Ch, Va., was nade Ma^r Ser- 
geant, special ^rvices, of the Au- 
burn University Pershing Rifles 
organization, a national honorary 
for outstanding students in the 
Air Force ROTC. 

The son of Major and Mrs. F. 
L. Swihart of Virginia Beach, he 
is a ^phomore in architecture. 







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ROBERT f. MCKSON 

(AHTNC)— Army Pvt. R(*eJt 
E. Jadcson, wtiose nKriitra*, Mrs. 
Mary M. D(wgh>tie, M^^ $A 428 
Baldwin St., Va^ima Be«Kih, Va., 
^onifri'^ed a 15-week radio tele- 
type <^rati(»i course under tlie 
Reserve Forces Act program at 
Tlw Souitheastem Sigrtd School, 
Fort Gordon, Ga., late m Septem- 
ber. Jackson entered itihe Army in 
Mardh 1963 and completed Iwtsic 
training at PmI GotPdon, Ga. 1^ 
Jackson. 3224 Thirty-ninlSi St., 
24-year-old soldier, son of EUds F. 
Metairie, La., is a 1957 graduate 
of Clarke County High Schod. 
Before entering ithe Army, Jack- 
ison was en^loyed by H. F. Byrd, 
Inc., Berryvile, Va. 
(U.S. ARMY PHOTO) 

FRED V. WOOD, Jr. 

PARRIS ISLAND. S.C. (FHTNC) 
— Marine Private Fred V. Wood, 
Jr., wm of Mr. and Mrs. Fled V 
Wood, Sr. of 604 Baden Ave., 
Avelon Terrace, Virginia Beach, 
completed basic itraining recenitJy 
at iDhe Marine Corps Recruit De- ' 
pot, Piarris Marid, S.C, and is 
scheduled to report to Camp Le-i 
jeune, N.C., for advanced inton'try | 
tmnmg. I 

The itrajning induded drill,! 
bayonet instruotjon, physicd con- 
diitioning, panada land ceietnon- 
ies and dther mjiiitary subjects. 

Three weeks were spent on the 
«fl« range vrinere recruits fire the 
M-14 rifle iM*d receive instruction 
<Hi ether bask Miarine infantry 
weapons. 



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HAROLD E. MelC«[ 

GREAT LAKES, ILL. (FHTNC) 
— ^Harold E. McKee, 18, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Lester P. AMCee ct 301 
Stonrock Dr., Prinoeas Amie, Va., 
reoMiuly «>mpleted base training 
at the Navsd "n-ainii^ Center, 
Great Lakes, W. 'Vtie graduartaoo 
ceremonies, involving more ^»n 
1,000 men, comiated of a fuU 
dress parade. 

The intensive nine-week tmb- 
ing includes naval oriaitation, his- 
tory and organization; base mHi- 
tary law; sean»nship «nd ^p- 
board routine; ordnance and gun- 
nery; damage control; sentry du- 
ty and milibary drill; physical fit- 
ness; swimnung, first aid and sur- 
vival. 

During the training period re- 
cruits receive iests and inter- 
views which detennine tJieir fu- 
ture assignments in &» Navy. 
Upon compleiting the program 
tihey are assigned to service 
schools fw technical instruction 
or to ships or shore stations for 
on-the-job training in a Navy rat- 
ing specialty. 

Naval training produces ttie 
manpower in seapower by supply- 
ing qualified personnel to man 
■the ships, aircraft aiKl abore sta- 
tions of 'today's Navy. 

MELTON R. MUNDEN 

LANGLEY AiB. Va. — Staff 
Sergeant Melton R. Munden ■ of 
Newport News. Va., has arrived 
here for duty following a tour of 
service in Japan. 

Sergeant Munden, a fud spec- 
ialist, has been asagned to the 
Tactical Air Command's 4500th 
Supply Squadron. 

The sergeant, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William C. Munden of Rt. 1, 
Virginia Beach is a graduate of 
Princess Anne High School. His 
wife, Earlene, is the daughter of 
Fred D. Moore of b24rA 21st St., 
Newport News. 




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LAC5KLAM) AFB, Tex. — Two 
Virginia Beach men are being re- 
assigned to Chanute AFB, ni., to 
attend the United States Air 
Force technical tnoning coune fx 
mechanical equipment repairn^. 

The men, both of whom have 
completed basic mibtary trailing 
here, are: 

Airman Leonard M. Grrling, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Gir 
ling of 806 21st St. He is a 196Q 
graduate of Virginia Beadi Hu|b 
School. #* 

Airman John J. Bedmond *r., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin K. 
Boone of 632 Rosemarie Aft. 
He is a 1963 graduate of Babylon 
(N. Y.) High School. 

RONALD H. COPELAND 

KlEESLEiR AFB, M»5.— Ainaem 
Second Class TUsmM H. Copland 
of Virginia Beadh, is l^ng i^ 
assigned to (Mrk AB, Pht&ppfall^, 
following his gradutftMm from ^ 
United States Air Force teduii- 
cal training courae for air traffic 
controllers here. 

Airman Copeland, wm of Ifr. 
and Mrs. Randdlpih H. Copeluid 
of Rt. 1, Virginia ^ach, we 
trained in airport titaffk con^l 
and ladar approach conlroi op- 
eration tedittiques. 

The airman n a graduate^V 
Princess Anne High School. '»^ 

HARVEY L. McCLAiN 

MEDITERRANEAN <rWIWC>^ 
Marine Lance Corponal Ifarvey 
L. McClain, son of Mr. msd Afes. 
Lemuel MoQain, Jr. of Route 4, 
Backbay St£^on, Vii^nia B^di, 
a member of Mark^ BstaiUon 
Landing Team 1-6, vri&i the Sixfii 
Fleet m 4ihe MediterraiMian, left 
Arand Bay, recenjjy after Com- 
pleting training. 

The landing team is aboard 
ships of AnqjUubious Squadron 12, 
and will proceed to the isbnd of 
Malta. During a fow4ay sUy at 
Malta 'the Marines win bave tiie 
opportunity to tour the island, and 
to see competitive rifte and <patol 
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Pag© 6-B 

TV SCHEDULE 



CBS— WTAR-TV ( 3) 
l«C— WAVY-TV (10) 
AM~WVEC-TV (13) 
MONDAY thru PRIDAY 
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( 3)— -4nnriae Semester 

llSi — Ooant^j AlpbaiMl 
(10)— ToC^'« WMthtr 
( ») — TPl KawrU 

!tS) — ^nmotiif 
< 3) — Almanac 
( «>— OfkhaUa 

( m—uit -Jv 

{ •>— Nem 

( n—Cvoiiin 

M«) — TndM Id 

fid) — To»«»» 

( 3) — Boio'i Cartoon ThMtr* 
(10) — Hlrtw«jr Putrol 
I13> — Artie Levin 

<ia) — ^Kovie 

( 3)— Bnnw and Allen 

flO) — Th^ Best of Oroa<A» 
(IS) — AHsbe© Abont Town 

(18)— Monilnff Morw 

( 8) — ^Dr. Whtt^hiinrt 

( 3) — CBS Morninr 
Kike Wallacr 

(1*>— «*kT Wbeo 

(t*)— SBC Newfi 

( W — I tiova tiov 
(10) — Word Tor Wordi 

( S>— The MeOoy* 
( 10)— Ctmceotration 
(13>-^>ric« I« Bitni 

( 3) — Pete A eiadn 
(10)— IftMlnr Unla 
(13>->SeTeii Key* 

AFTERNOON 



( 3) — hofn of Ufe 
(10) — Tonr nnK Impratrion 

(18)— 1Vnn»«eee Bml* Fort 

( 3)— CBS Newe 

( 3) — Search For ?5omorrow 

(IM — Troth or ConMaaeB<sw 

(Un— Father Knows ^Jeet 

{ ill — rhP (3uidinr UcHt 

( 3) — ^Mildred Alexander Show 

(1«) — rxalir fa. n»Uan 
;j3) — Gfineraj Ho«pit*< 

(10)— Weather 

I S>— Ap Th" World Tnnt 
(13) — ^Lore That Bob 

(10) — News 

( 8) — iPasewofd 

(10) — ^People wni T«tt 

( 1 3) — Ann Sonthem 

(10) — NBC News 
( 3) — House Party 
(13) — 'Dv In Court 

(13) — Lisa How««l Newi 

( 8)— To Tell the TrnOi 
'IK — ^Loretts Totuw 8b«* 

(ISV -Ouem For A DW 

( 8) — ^Dnnrlas Bdwarta 
( 3)— Edire of NIrtt 
(101 — ^Tou Don't Sar 

r 181— .Who Do Ton TrMt 



THURSDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( S) — aeerc« Storra 

(10) — The Match 6un« 

( 13) — Trallmaster 
«:S8 (10)— NBC New» 
4:90 ( 3) — SeT«i I<earue Boots 

(10)— Make Boom for Daddy 

(13) — ^DiscoreiT 

• :00 ( 3) — Vein at VlTe 

(10) — ^Poopdeck Pafupjr's Cltib Ahoy 
S:Oe (13)— Mldier Mouse CHUb 
8:08 ( 3) — Dr. Whitehurst Beports 
8:10 ( 3)— Adrenturea in Paradise 
8:80 (10) — Hi»<*lehefTy Hound 
0:00 (10) — News at Sfat 
0«6 (13) — Harry Docsette 

• ;10 ( 3) — Sportii Roondup 
6:18 ( 3)— TV Reportei- 

(18) — ^Ron Co<-hrape 

S:S6 ( 3) — ^We^herman 
sSe ( 8>— CBS TftewB 
. (It) — ^BiHitley-Brlidaev BapotI 

(18>— M^TBrt* 

7:00 ( 3)— Death T«B«y Dan 
(10) — Zane Qr^ 
(13) — FllnUtonee 

t:ao ( 8) — Paegword 

(10)— Temple Houston ' 
(IS)— FItnMonee 
SWO ( 3) — Rawhide 

(IS) — Donna Reed Sll«W 
1^0 (10) — Dr. Kildare 

, (13) — Mt Three Sons 
•fOO ( 3) — ^Perry Ma««>n 
(13) — JimiTiT Dean 
(10) — Haiel 
(1S»— McHale's l»a»y 
t 3>— The Nnrsea 
(10) — Perry Coma 
(13) — Edle Adame 
lOlSO (13)— Course of Human Brents 
il»00 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 

I ri8) — Mnmh,. mrii'**" 
ItllO ( S) — 11«h Hour Weather 
11*15 (10) — ^Weather 

(13. Pin UrartT 

II-IS ( 3) — Stere A'len Show 
ll.:l«> ( 3) — Dr. Whitehurst Reports 

114SB (13)— Tbes^ 13 
• •• ■'•> , •^ -i-hf 
1:00 (10)— News 
(13) — Sirn <Mf 



Report 



PRIDAY EVENING 

IKW f 3) — 9e<Tet Storm 

(10) — The Matrti Oaaw 
( 1 3^ — ^Trsilmaster 
r'85 (10) — NBC Newe 
4:30 ( 3) — Ivanhoe 

(10) — Make Boom for Daddy 
(13) — DiBrovery 
i;00 ( 3) — News at Fire 

( 1 0)^Pooi)de^k Pappy'* Club Ahoy 
S:00 (13) — ^Mlcker Mouse Club 
tnW ( S) — Dr Whitehurst Reports 
fcW ( 3) — Snrfside 8 
6:S) (10)— Super Car 
«:(» (10) — News at Six 
• 48 (13) — Harrv Doirtette 
OaO ( 3^ — Sports Roundup 
6^16 ( 8)— TV Beporter 

<13) — Poti Cochrane 
•rfW ( 3) — ^WeathejTuaa 
ea» ( 8)— CBS News 

(10) — Huntlev-Brinkley 
(13) — Maverick 
f;00 ( 3) — Lee Marvin Show 
do) — ■Rat HaMetwm 
(IS) — ^Pflken Arrow 
7:30 ( 3) — Tlie (ireat Adventure 

(10) — Mr. Mia«roo'g Christmas Carnl 
(13) — 77 Sunset Strip 
8-.30 ( .1)— Route 66 
(10) — Bob Hope 
(13) — ^Bnrke'x lysw 
«:80 ( 3> — Twilirtit Zone 
(lO) — ^Harrv'g Girln 
ri.^) — iPrt** Tb Ritht 
lO.-OO ( 3) — Mlos Teenaee America Pik 

reant 
10:00 (10) — j!w>k Paar Show 

(13)— ^iilit of the Week 
10:45 (13)— Make That Spare 
11 «0 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 

'»•» — wti^.r. i-v..i„»ir lUnnt* 

(1.3) — MurphT Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — 11 th Hour Weathsr 

(13) — Bill Brartv 
11:15 ( 3) — Steve Allen Show 

'»•«— wt.fher 
11:30 (10)— !*port« 
ll.t* (IS) — Shock Theatre 
• I .mm 1 1 •% — ■r™n«»»,i 

12:45 ( S)— Movie 
1:00 (13) — Sim Off 



SATURDAY 

MORNING 

0:iO ( 3)— Bo*ot Comedy Theatre 
,-30 (10) — rarm Show 
7:00 (10) — Clr*4e 10 Ban'-h 

(10) — Pli-^tP. Den 

(IS) — ^Te!e<y)ll«ee 
g:00 ( 3) — Captain Kangaroo 
ROO flsS — Burkfr Bill 
8:30 «10)— Tf.ntain ««Wpwreelf 

nSJ— Bsrker Bin 
8:00 ( 3) — Alvin Show 

no) — Smoh. Tar 

(18) — Momlnt Movie 
8:80 ( 8V— Tenneesee Tintedo 
•turn (!•» — Buff » B»«drt' 
10:00 ( S) — Quick Df^w McGraw 

(10)— Hector HMthcote 

(fO)_Flrv«all XI/-8 
(13) — Jet«MS 
lllM I 8>*.— RIn Tlfi Tlr> 

(I0» PHirii n* Hmmm 
(1S>— ^Hpar (ta4«oa 
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(10)— Fury 

(181 — neany ft (Sedl 



AFTERNOON 



13:00 

13:30 

1:00 

1 .no 

2 00 
2:a0 
2:30 
;) :00 
3:30 
3:00 

3:30 

3 :45 
4:00 
4:15 
«:30 



6:00 

7:30 
8:30 

8:00 

0:30 
10:00 

10!4S 

11:00 

11:10 
11:15 

11:20 

11:30 

11:45 

1:00 

1:10 

1:15 



( 31— Sky Xint 
(10) — 8ft. Predon 
(13) — Bun Bunny 

( 3) — Do Tou Know 
(10)— Bullwlnkle 

(13)— Matric Land of Allakanw 
( 3) — News Robert Trout 
(10) — Explorifif 
(13>— Mv Friend nieka 
( 3> — Movie 

(13) — American Bandituid 
(10) — Mr, Wlsard 
(10) — Saturday Matinea 
d."?) — Brokm Arrow 

(i;i) — story of 

(13) — ("hamp. BowlTiiV 
(13) — Saturday Matinee 
(13) — American Golf Classlo 
(10) — Sport Film 
I ,•))— XFL Football Kir-koff 
( 10) — Jr. Roeehowl 0<ame 
( 3)— NTL Football Kickoff 
( 3)— XFL Football 
(13)— AFL Hlrtlirtts 
(13>— Wide World of Sports 

EVENING 

(10) — All Star Wreatlinir 
(13) — Pre-Olymplc Show 
(10) — The Rebel 
(13) — Sea Hunt 
( 3) — Jackie Oleaaon 
(10) — Tlie Lieutenant 
( 13>— Hootenanny 
( 3) — The Defenders 
(10) — Joey Bishop Show 
( \ 3) — Lawrence Welk 
(10) — Saturday Nlrht at the Movies 
(13) — Jerrr Lewie 
( 3)— Phil Silvers 
( 3) — Gunimoke 
(13)— Fi«rht of the Week 
(13) — Make That Spare 
( 3) — Newe 
(10)— News 
(13)— News 
( 3) — Weather 
(10) — Weather 
( 3) — Sports 
(10) — SporU 
(13) — Theatre IS 
(10) — Biir Movie 
( 3)— All Nirbt XoTlM 
(10)— Movie 
(13) — Bill Brady 
(13)— Theatre 18 
(10)— News 

(IC^— Thoufht For Today 
(13)— Sign Off 



SUNDAY 
MORNING 

7:00 ( S) — Sunrise Semester 
T:S8 ( 8)- -Bozo Comedy llMatM 

(13)— Fleher Family 
8:00 (13) — The Ohristopbera 
ll;«fl (ifi) — Morntnr WorahlP 
SiSO (10) — Sacred Heart 

(13) — Children's Ck>spel 
9:00 ( 3) — Ballard of Chiica«ro 

(10) — FWth For Today 

(13)— Big Picture 

8:80 ( 3)— This la The Life 
(1») — Herald of Trutt 

(13) — Comedy "nmo 
10:00 ( 3) — ^Lamp Unto My Fast 
(1I») — Thl. ^n The Answer 
10:00 (13)— M Saoid 
10:30 ( 3) — Look Tp and Uva 

(10)— Lirht rnto My Path 
10:30 (13) — ^Brave StalUon 
11:00 ( 3) — Camera Three 

(10) — trhurch Service 
U:00 (13)-^erry Lewis Muse. Dlst. Amb. 
niSO ( 8)— Wonse of Worship 

(10) — Live and Learn 

(13) — Brave Stallion 

AFTERNOON 

18:00 ( 3) — Amateur Hour 

(lO)^Tonie 
(13)— Cowboy ft Tiger 
18:30 ( 8)— Face "016 Nation 

(10) — ^AU America Wants to Know 

(13) — Discovery 
1:00 ( 3)— News ft Weather 
1:00 (10) — Sundior Showcase 

(13) — Dirwtions 64 
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Movie Review 



Here Wednesdc^ 



'MURDER AT THE GALLOP' 
COMING TO BEACH 



Margaret Rutherford, attired in 
a smart riding habit, galloping 
along an English country road- 
Miss Rutherford in an evening 
gown dancing the Twist— Miss 
Rutherford in her practical 
tweeds snooping at -windows, lis- 
tening at doors, discovering ingen- 
ious clues to murder — ^this is the 
treat in store for viewers of 
Metro^oldwyn-Mayer's new Aga- 
t h a C h r i stie mystery-thriller, 
"Murder at the Gallop." 

This grand old lady of stage 
and screen first portrayed Agatha 
Christie's intrepid sonateur sleuth 
Miss Marple in la^ year's mystery 
hit. "Murder She Said." In the 
new film she is even cleverer at 
detecting motives for murder, 
she remains solidly unperturbed 
at the most baffling occurrences, 
she is never taken in by a false 
front and she again proves her- 
self to be the most thoroughly in- 
gratiating and delightful lady de- 
tective ever to grace a suspense- 
ful whodun-it. 

Several of the characters of 
"Murder She Said" agam are on 
hand in "Murder at the Gallop," 
including Detective In^)ector 
Craddock (Charles Tingwell) who 
can never take Miss Marple seri- 
ously but whom ^e invariably 
confounds, and Stringer Davis as 
her somewhat timid ibut loyal ally 
in tracking down motives and 
murderers. 

However, after Miss Marple is 
witness to the death of the weal- 
thy old recluse Mr. Enderby, who 
falls down a flight of stairs, a 
number of new persons loom up 
as sudpects, most of th^m relatives 
of the deceased and in a position 
to benefit by his wfll. 

Among them are Robert Mor- 
ley as Hector Enderby, a nephew 
who is the proprietor of an Eng- 
li^ country hotel and riding sta- 
ble; James Villiers as Michael 



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Shane, another nephew; Katya 
Douglas as the latter's (iomineer- 
ing young wife; Robert Urquhart 
as George Crossfield, the dead 
man's cousin; a mysterious sister 
named Cora Lansquenet; and the 
latter's shy companion, Miss Gil- 
christ, played by Flora Robson. 
There is al^ Duncan Lamont, 
enacting a sinister groom at the 
riding stable. 

In the beginning, Miss Marple 
has only one clue. Beside -the 
body of Mr. Enderby she has 
found a piece of hardened mud, 
an impression from between the 
heel and sole of a riding boot. It 
is enough. She promptly moves in- 
to Hector Enderiby's hotel "The 
'XJallop" and goes to work. In the 
course of her investigations, Miss 
Marple several times comes close 
to being murdered herself. But 
nothing daunts her and at the fin- 
al disclosure, the person exposed 
as the instrument of three deaths 
in ""Murder at the Gallop" is the 
one whom you wiD be least hke'y 
to suspect. 

The new MGM picture is based 
on Agatha Christie's novel "After 
the Funeral," with the screen 
adaption matde by James P. Cav- 
anaugh, David iPursjfll and Jack 
Seddon. It was produced by 
George H. Brown and directed 
by George Pollock, who were as- 
sociated on the earlier Christie hit. 
With "Murder at the Gallop" 
they again have come up with a 
mystery entertainment that will 
intrigue and deUght filmgoers of 
every age. As for Margaret Ru- 
therford— sflie is now queen of the 
thrillers! 



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The CKS Television Network 
has entered into an agreement 
with comedian Alan King and 
writer^producer-director Nat Hi- 
ken for a new 30-minute comedy 
program planned, for the 1964-65 
season, it has been announced by 
Michael H. Dann, Vice President- 
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Mr. Dann said that a pilot film 
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Mr. King, whose mad, satiric 
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lost World' 
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Michael Rennie, Jill St. John, 
Claude Rains and Fernando La- 
mas star in "The Lost Worid," 
a vivid re-creation in color of Sir 
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a prehistoric land, on NBC-TV's 
'Monday Night at the Movies", 
Monday, Dec. 16, (7:30-9:30 p.m. 
EST). This 20th Century-Fox 
film, was produced and directed 
by Irwin Men, was 'released in 
1960. 

In the Story, Professor Chal- 
lenger (Rains) organizes an exped- 
ition to verify reports of huge 
monsters from a bygone age 
roaming a lost world. He is ac- 
companied )>y big-game hunter 
Lord Roxton (Rennie), Jennifer 
Holmes (Miss St. John) and her 
brother David (Ray Strickland), 
whose father financed the trip; 
reporter Ed Malone (David Hedi- 
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(Richard Haydn). At a remote 
Amazon trading post, Gomez 
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pilot the heUcopter which flies the 
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Great Neck Rd. 464-5016. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Artlclot For Sato 



PIANOS-JUsed. Spinets, Grands, 
Uprights. Concert Piano Tuner. 
James A. KeUy. Call 426«237 
7-9 a.m. and 8-11 p.m. 

SURFBOARDS. New and used. 
Ideal Christmas gifts. See at 206 
28th St., Virginia Beach. 



Vir ginia Beach SUN-N EWS, Thursday, December 12, 1963 



Page 7-B 




428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



ERCHANDISE 



90 Articlos For Sal* 

DISHWASHEI^ - Automatic - 
Under-counter Hot Point. One 
floor sample $100 and one in 
the carton $120. Brand new 
machines left from contractor 
job. Well worth $2S0 eadi. 
Walsh Furniture, 17th and 
Baltic Ave., dial 426.3291. 



MERCHANDISE 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



ELECTRIC train; Lionel. Be- 
rn o t e operating accessories. 
Perfect running condition. Half 
price. Phone GA 8-9038. 



"raiLEVBION— All makes. Used. 
R e c n ditioned. Guaranteed, 
From $50. Budget Terms. Beach 
Services, 428-7021. 



Small pine antique table $10. 
Maple buffet $15. Odds and 
ends. CaH 428^909. 



Upright Piano in excellent condi- 
tion. Several antique chests 
and mirrors. Antique love seat 
Cherry dining room table. Sev- 
eral oriental rugs. Located at 
904 Brandon Rd. Phone 
GA&#i30. 



MERCHANDISE 



93 Household Goods 



CLOTHES LINE P0STS-t$22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four Unea 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. BHiel, Feed 
& Building Supply, Inc. 



Refrigerators, freezers, stoves, 
living room fumiture, clocks, 
rugs, books, bedroom furniture, 
paint, radios, mattresses, 
springs, porch fumiture, metal 
cabinets, brie ■ a - brae, sofas, 
chaire, chests, linoleum. You 
name it — we have it and at rea- 
sonable prices and easy terms. 
Hiitz Bazaar, 227 First Colonial 
Rd., Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 
to 9. 

Electric refrigerators — ^Large and 
apartment size. Used. Good con- 
dition. From $40. Hirtz Bazaar, 
227 First Colonial Rd., Oceana. 
428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



93 Household Goods 



DINING ROOM SUITES— 2 com- 
plete. One mahogany, 10 pieces. 
$75. One oak, 8 pieces. $65 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 Colonial Rd., 
Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 to 9. 



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trImendous values om bikes-trikes-wagons-accessories 



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Two-Tone 
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Chrome>plated 
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Triple-baked Flamboyant Finish 
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401 31st Street 

VA. BEACH 



SALES & SERVICE 

1772 Va. Beach Blvd. | 6825 MUiUry Hwy. 

NORFOLK 




APPLIANCES 

FREEZER 

Amana 16 cu. ft. Upright Re- 
possess^! — Used 14 mcmths — ^ 
Sold new $495.00— Reduced to 
$248.00. Easy terms. 

AUTOMATIC 

WASHER 

Maytag — ^Reconditicmed guaran* 
teed 1 year parts and service^ 
beautiful condition — goes at 
$99.95 to first caller. 

AUTOMATIC 

DRYER 



111 Apartments Furnished 



Furnished ?M unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
nents. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. Call GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efficiencies com- 
pletely furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can furnish ev- 
erything but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
8-9701. 

16th Street — 2-bedroom steam- 
heated. Suitable for 2 couples. 
Reasonable. Also 24th St. 1 or 
2-bedroom apartment for yearly 
rental. Reasonable. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 



RENTAL REAL ESTA71 

114 Houses For Rent 



Frigidaire El«:tric. Belonged to [Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 



nuiiionairc who only dried hand- 
kerchiefs — Steal it from us for 
$69.95. 

GAS RANGE 

Magic Chef— 36". You won't 
believe it's been used, but it has. 
Make us an offer at $50.00. 

PRICE'S, Inc; 

HILLTOP 

VA. BEACH, VA. 

TEL. GA 8-3514 



Fumiture of all kinds upholstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all oistom made and fitted. 
Hilltop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



ANTIQUES — Handcarved wood- 
en duck decoys; cobblers 
bench, saddle seat; steins, in 
china and pewter; tobacco cut- 
ters; coffee grinders; pitchers 
and bowls, differerit shapes and 
sizes; Imari, Rose medallion 
punch bowls, plates. Jean N. 
Miller Antiques, 518 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-1250 after 6 p.m. for 
special appointment. 



206-iath Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



In the heart of the Beach. Special 
low winter rates or yeai^ rent- 
als. Also rooms at low rates. 
GA8-6713. 



413' J 19th Street, bungalow. One 
bedroom, Uving room, kitchen, 
and bath. Screened porch. |45 
monthly. Call for appointment, 
GA 8^052. 

"real estate for sau 

124 Houses l=or Sale 

KING'S GRANT. 425 Cantebury 
Dr. Pay equity and assume 
F.H.A. loan. 3 bedroom, unfin- 
ished family room, 2 baths. On 
lake. Owner R. L. DeHart. 
340^91, 340^11. 

127 Sale or Exchange i 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida— Water- 
front home, 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, furnished or unfurnish- 
ed, central airconditioning and 
heat. Beautifully landscaped. 
Sprinkler system. Assume own- 
ers equity or wiU trade for Vir- 
ginia Beach area home or va- 
cant lots. Call owner 596^076, 
177 Saunders Rd., Hampton, 
Virginia. 



1-2-3 room apartments. $75-$125 
month. UtiMties furni^ed. Sun 
Tide Motel. Dial 428-1828. 



One bedroom. Nicely furnished, 
very comfortable and home- 
like. Yearly rental to adults. 
HoUand, 411 22nd st. Gi^230I 



2 bedrooms, living room, moduli 
kitchen, new refrigerator and 
stove. Reasonable rent. Phone 
5874776. If no answer, cal 
after 5 p.m. 



416 22nd St. One and two bed- 
room apartments. Electric 
stove, refrigerator, and hot wa- 
ter heater in jJl apartments. 
Yearly rent. Water furnished. 
428-2724. 



128 Real Estate Wanted 



LIST 

Your property for sale 

WITH 

For quick action a 

LOCAL 

, And Successful 

AGENT 

Roland Hyde, 428-4110 

nights 428-1490 

LA'RASAN REALTY CORP. 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for every 
room in the house. $4.93 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture, 17th & Baltic. 



rental real estate 



101 Rooms Without Board 



Suite of rooms, or combination 
living room, bedroom. Private 
bath. Private entrance. 310 47th 
St. 428-1049. 



110 Apartments Unfurnished 

APARTMENTS — Furnished ot 
unfurnished. All price ranges. 
Cooper Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 



24% 



Street. 2 bedrooms, living 
room, dining room, kitchen, 
bath. First floor. Yard. Conven- 
ient to sliopping. Reasoiiable 
yearly rent. GA 8-5016, GA8- 
2143, owners. 



Two bedroom. New unfurnished 
a p a rtment. Gatewood Park, 
2213 Wolf St. $80 per month. R. 
L. DeHart. 340-8591, 340-8311. 



Ill Apartments Furnished 



25th Street, 202 — 1 bedroom 
apartments. $65 yearly. Call 
Jard Realty GA 8-6666. 

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HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

BrlBUiW Hardin, Directed 

313 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



Five rooms. Centrally located. 
Heat and water furnished. $75 
per month. Also nwtel, weekly 
rpn+al Special wnter rates. 

_G A6^460> ■■ 

114 Hou ses For Rent 

NORTH END, Land side— 2% 
bedrooms, bath, living room, 
kitchen and dining area, front 
porch, enclosed rear patio. Ex- 
tremely high lot. Forced warm 
air heating with humidifier. 
Fully furnished. $120 monthly. 
Days 428-3907. Night 428-1139. 



Lot Wanted. 50 x 100. Below 
$3,000. Old Virginia Beach area 
as far west as Linlier. Iteply,;^ 
P.O. Box 267, Virginia Beach. 

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BUSINESS SERVICES 



Phone 340-8850 

ATOMIC TV - RADIO 

Sales — Service 

L. H. Adams, Owner 

2404 Va. Beach Blvd. 

London Bridge 



Four rooms and bath. Furnished. 
Floor furnace. Gas heat. Hot 
and cold water. Dial GA8-5939 

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TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia Beach's only 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

1369 Laskin Road, Va. Beach 

Benord H. McNanara, Bi^. 



PROMPT HOME FINANCING 
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AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

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individual to operate an estab- 
Usbed higfa volume station in the 
Norfolk • Virginia Beach area. 

Contact W. G. Johnson 

Days-MA 2-4301 

Nights-GA 8-8370 



M. M. WALKER 

Roofing-Guttering 

HoH Roofed And Guttered Vtrgmk 
Beach For The Past* 10 Yean 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commercial 

and 

Household 
Refrigeration 

LMindromats 

Dealers for Westinghooa* 

Appliances 



Electrical CimtractM 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - 17tb Street 

ViriMa Beach 

fhone GA 8-4671 



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BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's Finest All 

Waterfront Community 

LOTS FOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL EST.^TE CO. 
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ASK 

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ABOUT 

EXTERMINATOR SERVICE 

PHONE 340-8262 
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Serving Virginia B^cfe rimre 1934 

Plumbing and Heating 
Repair servi~e and supplies 

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REPAIR EXPERTS. 

PLEASE CALL US FOR THE FINEST, FASTEST AND MOST REASONABLE 
REPAIR SERVICE. 

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Volume XXXVIII, No. 98 



TtLEPHONEGA 8-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1963 



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Santa 



IJiring me, <1) BigBruT 
ser <2) atttle Wagon (3) Record 
Plaj^r <4) Records. I wifl thank 
you now as I wout we you ChrWt- 
mas. I will leavs Snach. 

Love, Chip 
PS. I am being waoA 



Dear Santa, 

Will you tdl me the names of 
your IwUpers? 

Your pal, Mi 



Fa Wesleym 



COLLEGE FUND DRIVE 
HEADED BY CATHEY 



Dtar Santa, 

How are you I am fine. My 
name is Kevin. Do you konw 
what I. want for Christmas? I 
want a plane Its name, is Wen- 
Mac RAiF fighter. 1 am 7 years 
old. I have tried to be good but I 
am afraid that 1 wasnt' good aU 
the time but I hope that you can 
bring it. I have a brotlwr and a 
slitter I hope you haiw something 
for them to. Take care now and 
drive your sted carefully. See you 
soon good-bye now 

Love, Kevin 



, NORiFOLK — Tile Virginia 
Wesleyan College Campaign Exec- 
utive Committee announced today 
that Forrest F. Cathey ol kNorf(^ 
will serve as General Clulrman 
for the campai^ seeking to se- 
cure $3 million in building cctt- 
str^cUon funds for the new col- 
lege. 

Walter J. Wilkins of Norfolk 
wiU assume the chairmanship 
over the area <»mpaigns to be 
conducted in Newptfft News- 
Hampton, Portsmouth, Western 
Chesapeake, Suffolk, Franklin, 
Smithfield, and Eastern Shore. 
For the Im m edia te area in 
the ewrrwrt umpt^ now bo- 
Binning in Norfolk -Virginia 
Boadi and iailom C hofap oako, 
Prank M. m\m of NorMk will 
torvo M GonorsI Chairman with 
Sidney S. Kollam of Virginia 
Boach M Co-Chaimian. 
Dr. Joseph S. Johnston, Chair- 
man of the Board of Trustees of 
Vli^nia Wesleyan College ex- 
pressed exti^ne satisfaction in 
the enli^ment of these men as 



Dear Santa, 

I have iJready told you fluvt I 
wanted a Pebbles & BamBamj first leader^ip personnel in the 
doll & ««ne clothes. I have de- campaign which is projected into 
cided that 1 wanted a pair of I the early months of ISW? Other 



Jumping Shoes and a Stapler and 
a Mousetrap game. I hope you 
think that I have been good 
enough to get these toys. 

Sincerely, P^ao^ 
Age: 10 ghde: 5 Sex: Girl 
P.S. Please Bring these toys. 



Dear Santa, 
A I have be«i waiting for 
^*hvt Wh for one whole year 
"- yoit know «4nll iwort? I 
you sonw tidnp. % would lik< 
have ft Nancy Nune, and 
pretty, pretty ring. I am 8 y^ 
old. So if you know anythings 
elae for an 8 year old. I will leave 
a little something for you to eat. 
Good-by. (Please write back) 

Love, Mary 



committees and additional chair- 
men for the campaign farogram 
will be announced at a la^ di^. 
The new inaUtution will te an 
independent church-relftted four 
year college, offering dormitory 
living for at least two^hirds of a 



Do 



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BaysJd» Mail 
til Way' To 
Korean Post 



Dear Santas 

I can not wait till Christinas. 
My Birthday Is in Oecenatoer. (R 
is on the 3. I want alot of thinp 
for Christmas. I am i^ing to 
leave you a card I wlH make you. 
I am in the 4th grade. I have a 
tsi and dog. Last Chri^mas we 
had to keep our <^ in the batb- 
ro(un 4)ecause be wjuld clinrit> our 
ChristSQastree. I tbask you for 
the presents you gavie me. My 
Daddy um't home he is over sea's. 
I hope he will be home Christmas. 
I hope you have a nice ChrisUnas 
aiKi don't work to hard. 

Love, Lynda 



Dear Santa, 

Santa please send a dog bed for 
my dog. A flat iron for myself, 
•niank You! Cynthia 




Deer Santa, 

My name is- Danny. I am 7 
years old. I have 2 sisteri Kathy 
is 9 & Karen will be 3 the day 
before Christmas. My little bro- 
tiier Chuckle is just 6 weeks oW. 
I am the man of the house while 
my Dttddy is gone. 1 think I have 
been good. I would like to have a 
gua or six gun. My sister don't 
know what they want for sure. 
They have been good also. If you 
don't have any guns its alright. 
My Mommie told me last night 
again why *e haw Christmas. I 
know it i«s jwnething to do with 
B^y Jesus, ^e are going to leave 
you ^n^hing to eat. If you dont 
wwjt Ml tate U to Mfrs. Santa 
Claus. We are all going to hang 
up (Hir socks. 

Your firends Danny, Ki^, 

Karen 



Dear Santa, 

I am nine years old and my sis- 
ter is two years. She said in her 
language, "I want you write let- 
ter to Santa Claus". My sister 
wants a doU, roHer skates, clothes 
and (^er little girls things If 
you can not make it itt in time, 
t^ take the inearats out of 
mine. Tl» iMfeaents I want are 
A)oS)^ ^me that works ^cthc- 
al^. book and doctor eqi^iieBt. 
Ibank ymi. CMs% Kbn 



GERALD L. AMOS 

BAYSIDE — Gerald L. Amos, 
son of Mr. and iMrs. Cyril kmo& 
of Bayside, flbw from Los Angeles 
in November to begin a two-year 
tour of duty at the American Em- 
bassy in Seoul, Korea. 

Enroute to his new assignment, 
Amos wHl stop in Honolultt and 
Tokyo. 

Amos is a graduate of Granby 
High School and also attended 
Old Dominion College in Norfolk. 
At the time of his appointnwnt^ to 
the U.S. Foreign Service Staff, he 
was employed with the .Texaco 
Company in Norfolk. 

Amos responded to the urgent 
need for personnel to help irtaff 
American consulates and Nubas- 
^es overseas after hearing a tele- 
vision announcement about jodos 
overseas and that was just the be- 
ginning of a new career for Amos, 

Since his amval in Washingtcm, 
DC. in Mareh, AftM has been re- 
ceiving training in the "home of- 
fice." iHis Washington assignment 
was capped by a three-weeks' 
orientation course in which new 
employees are funiliarized with 
conditions they wiH encounter 
overseas, as weU as with matters 
of protocol and diplomatic proce- 
dure. 

In view of the co^nui^ need 
for qualified personnel to serve 
both o^wrsMs and in Washington, 
DC. y<Ning people with of&% &■• 
perienoe are ui^d to write to 
Miss Lueik f^, US. D^art- 
ment of StSte, Be<3|ifttiq| Offi<^X', 
CustMn^mue, R<Hm 107, l%ta- 
^IpUa, Pem^Aii^ ^eodte 
19106. 



proposed student body of twelve 
hundred. Site selection for the 
college includes some three hun- 
dred acres, part of which is in 
Virginia Beach and part in Nor- 
folk. This property lies southeast 
0/ the proposed Interstate 64 and 
nesr the Lansdale intersection. 

fn discussing the campaign, 
Catl^y stated, "We have a great 
opportunity before us actually to 
create a new college — to shape its 
jervice to the youth of Tidewater 
md to ^ide it to full maturity. 
Because of my deep interest in 
Tidewater and my eagerness to 
iMlp young people, I count it a 
jrivilge to work with the leaders 
of our communities in this very 
mportant endeavor." 

Miles made this statement in ex- 
pressing his interest in the pro- 
gram: "To me this is one of the 
finest endeavors that Tidewater 
Virginia has ever undertaken. 
We are meeting our obligations 
in hospitals, the Community Fund, 
capital account projects, and pri- 
vate schools. We are, however, 
itiii woefully short of facilities 
for higher education. The success 
of this campaign for Virginia 
Wesleyan College will mean thai 
tto people of Tidewater are de- 
termiiwd responsibly to solve 
their own prcHt^ems in this field." 
We^ J. WINiine said, "For 
the |M«t ton years o d ue eio rs 
havowefnod that Mm tramen- 
dens p^tttaHen incrMae foltow- 
ing World War II weuM tax 
exifHng collogo f acWtlei f»r be- 
yond oNpNlty before tfio ye^ 
"mt \nwm^ U i e g ie n nwm 
bor of expend*! propirims on 
|N«^aHy mmi cMI^ ewn- 
piM led^, we are eenodevt 
that exMfaig end even p popo ee d 
facilitloa fail for abort of the 
needs of Hio young people be- 
ing graduated from secondary 

sdMNHB. 

:"We are indeed fortunate to 
have Old Dominion and the other 
colleges here in Tidewater which 
serve the students who live A 
home and conumite to classes 
daily; however, there is no doubt 
that in order to meet the explod- 
ing educational needs of our 
young people we must not only 
3xpand facilities but also es^b- 
lish new colleges. 

"Although I am a member of 
another denomination, I am per- 
sonally grateful that thp Melo- 
dist Conference of Virginia has 
taken the initiative and is inter- 
ested in building a new college in 
the Tidewater area. I believe the 
establishment of this educational 
facility will directly and indirectly 
touch and benefit every family. 
For these reasons I am truly 
hopeful that the residents of Tide- 
water and the related communi- 
ties will consider it a privilege to 
support the initial con^ruc^on of 
the proposed Virginia Wesleyan 
College. We shall then have a 
c m m u n ity-supported project 
which in the years to come will 
return to our children and our 
grandchildren great scholastic, 
cultural, and financial dividends." 



Concert Band Plans Christmas Program 




26 Points 



The Virginia Beach High School Concert Band will present a special Christmas program 
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Th; concert will be under the direction of Dale Brow- 
der ami will be sponsored by the Band Parents a nd Boosters Association. The puWic is invited. 
(Bofce Kioto) 



Beetle Found 
Here In Two 
Remote Areas 



P.A. Chorus 
In Concert 



LY?#JHAVEN — The Princess 
Anne High School Choral Depart- 
ment will present their Annual 
Christmas Concert Thursday ^ 
6:00 p.Th. 

Featured in tte Concert will be 
The A^)f)ella Choir, Madrigal 
Singers, and Mixed Chorus. 

Accmnpanist will be Jeanne 
Carryl Marshall, Pam McKetrich, 
Susan Pittman, and Barbara Hol- 
land. 

S<doist tor the Concert will be 
Pat fink, Danna Lawson, EEaiiM 
M(<]l€e, JoaoM Horeis, Junior 
Scarper, and Danny Vadianos. 

Ilie entire coiM^rt will be am- 
^cted by Clark Graves, Choral 



VIRGIMIA REACH — Infesta- 
tions of the White-fringed beeUe 
have been found at two locations 
in Virginia Beach during recent 
routine surveys by the Virginia 
Dept. of Agriculture. 

"Tlw Department has found 
seveml lasted inf^ctaUons in Uie 
Norfolk and Vb^ma &<Mich 
areas," Mauria B. Rowe, direc- 
tor of the Division of Regulatory 
Services, said Wednesday. 

"We are continuing to :^dy 
the suspected areas and a com- 
plete evaluation will be made be- 
fore any treatment decision is 
reached," he said. 

An eradication program, aimed 
bA eliminating the insect pest from 
several infested areas in Norfolk 
ill early 1963, drew a storm of 
protests from people who con- 
sidered the treatment dangerous. 

Opponents of the eradication 
program maintained that Diddrin, 
the insecticide used against the 
beetle, was harmful to pets, wild- 
life and humans. 

Recent checks by the Depart- 
ment found no infestations in the 
areas treated then. 

TTie Department announced in 
early September that several iso- 
Md pests had been uncovered. 
Th report showed four findinp 
outside the area treated la^ 
spring. 

A continuing survey has been 
made of the suspected areas in 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Two 
additional areas are now being 
studied. 

The six locations are: Ocean 
View Amusement Park; Sewells 
Point Terminal; an area south of 
Princess Anne Road on Maple 
Ave.; an area along the railroad 
tracks near Oceana; Military High- 
way and Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road; and Military Highway at 
Lowery Road. 

The White-fringed beetle has 
been declared a dangerous insect 
I»st. It feeds on ^5 species of 
plant life, including field and gar- 
den crops, ornamental shrubbery, 
vines and trees. 

Two mapr infestations of the 
pest have been aiccessfully erad- 
icated by tiie Department in the 
past three y«tfs. In addition to the 
Dieldrin treatment in Norfolk, 
t^e White-frineed beetle was 
diminirted in' Gre«iville County 
in 1960 by soil treatment. 



Branch Heads Heart Fund 



COUNCIL THURSDAY 
Virginia Boach City Council 
will meet Thursday at 10 ajm. 
instead of next Mombiy as 
•ehoduled because of tfio 
Cnrnlmea nondeys. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Judge L. 
Travis Branch will be chairman of 
Virginia Beach 1964 Heart Fund 
Campaign, it was announced to- 
day by Dr. Bernard Miller, Pr^i- 
dent of the Tidewater Heart As- 
sociation. Dr. Miller, in expressing 
his pleasure at having Judge 
Branch head up the campaign 
said, "We are very fortunate in 
having such an outstanding chair- 

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Nativity Scene 
Sponsordd By 
Legion Post 

VIMINIA BEACH — Ameri- 
can Legion Post No. 113 will pre- 
sent a live NaQvity Scene this 
weekend as a "Christmas gift to 
the community." 

The scene may be viewed Sat- 
urday, Sunday and Monday from 
5:30 to 8:to p.m. on the east 
slope of the Cavalier Hotel lawn 
on Atlantic Avenue. 

Legionnaire Pete Scoppa wiU 
direct the s^ne and the hotel will 
cooperate with the Post by provi- 
ding Qke lighting and space for 
costume changes. 

Students f rmn Virginia Beech 
High School will portray the 
tnw M Hon el Nativity charactars. 
TMrty students will take part. 
They will bo divided into three 
loan^ each performing for an 
hour. 

Captamsof these three teams 
will be Steve Strickler, Carolyn 
Bosher and Beverly Kay. 

Sheep for the scene will be pro- 
vided by Russell Ginjbert. 

Costumes will be provided by 
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Post 
and the Lowell's Layman Sunday 
School Class of the Virginia 
Beach Methodist Church. 

A structure of bark slaps is 
being built by the Legionnaires. 
It will be 20 feet long, eight feet 
high and eight feet deep. 

The public has been asked «o 
not view the scene from directly 
in front but from the sidewalk 
on the lawn's lower level or from 
the side. 

BAY COLONY TREE 
NOW UGHTED 

BAL Cmxmv — The Bay Col- 
ony-Cavalier IHu-k Community 
League held its Christmas tree 
lighting ceremony Sunday at 4 
p.m. 

The living tree, lorarted at the 
end of Bay Colony Drive, was 
decorated by tl» Bay Colony Gar- 
den Club. 

Sfemta Claus was on hand to 
give candy to the youngsters and 
the Virginia ^Kh High School 
glM club ang several nunAeri 
then led the group in a eonunun- 
ky sing. 



AREAWIDE GROUP 
DRAWS PROPOSALS 
FOR GEN. ASSEMBLY 

VIRGINIA BEACH—The Hampton Roads Committee (m 
Areawide Cooperation drew up a list of 26 proposals Wednesday 
night for consideration by the 1964 General Assembly. \ 

The list win be submitted to the city councUs of Virgftda 

Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake. Newport News 4nd 

Hampton, who will be asked 



to grade the items according to 
importance. Legislators from the 
six cities will meet with the com- 
mittee Jan. 6, two days before the 
General As^mbly opens, to con- 
sider the recommendations. The 
purpose of Wednesday's meeting 



Kellam urged that strong^ 
support be given to those n|«h 
sures on which the various Sty 
councils were in ftiU agreement. 

Committee Chairman Toy D. 
Savage suggested thaft each co^ 
cU consider the 26 item list md 



was to single out items for "united i rate each item as eitner "vital. 



man, and I know that the cam- 
paign will be extremely success- 
ful." 

"I am very happy to accept the 
chairmanship of the 1^4 Heart 
Fund Campaign for Virginia 
Beach and I will join actively in 
this health crusade which is sav- 
ing hearts in our community and 
throughout the United States," 
Judge Branch said. 

Proceeds of the campaign will 
be used to fight the heart and 
circulatory diseases, now responsi- 
ble for more than 42 j^t cent 
Of deaths .^in Virgiiua Beach and 
more thii H pet cent of all 
deaths in the nation. These dis- 
eases include heart attack, stroke, 
high blood pressure and harden- 
ing of the arteries, rheumatic 
fever and inborn heart defects. 

Through its efforts in research 
it has extended and made more 
productive the tves of thousands 
of people. Through its important 
educational and community ser- 
vice activities the Tidewater Heart 
and American Heart Associations 
helps bring the benefits of re- 
search to all of us. With more 
funds, it can expand the attack 
on the Heart and circulatory dis- 
eases through all aspects of its 
program. 

The annual city wide drive be- 
gins with the opening of H«fft 
Month, February 1. It continue 
through February 29. The Heart 
Fund will reach its point here on 
the weekend of Heart Sunday, 
February 23 when volunteers will 
visit their to distribute informa- 
tion about the heart and its dis- 
eases and to receive contribu- 
tions. Similar Heart Sunday visita- 
tions are to l>e carried out by 
more than 1,750,000 Heart Fund 
volunteers in residential com- 
munities throughout the nation. 



front" efforts in 1964 legislation. 

At the Wednesday meeting, 
held at the Americana Motor 
Lodge, the areawide committee 
seemed to be in agreenvent on 
many of the 26 proposals. 
School Fund Increase 

Of chief interest were ;the fol- 
lowing items: 

• Support for a change in the 
state school fund formula to al- 
low localities more state support 
for pubUc education. Virginia 
Beach political leader Sidney S. 
Kellam, who introduced the pro- 
posal, said it should be given high 
priority in joint legislative action. 
"It means millions of dollars for 
this area," he said. 

• Reduction or removal of 
tolls from the James (River Bridge 
and other toll facilities in the 
Tidewater area. 

• A statewide sales tax bMed on 
a j>iaa prpii^(; 
City Treasurer 

which would return 90% of the 
revenue to localities for retire- 
ment of school construction bonds. 

• Opposition to the deepening 
of the James River channel. 

• Loeal option for state tuition 
grants. 

• Support of legislation to per- 
mit spot redevelopment projects. 

• Support of more highway 
funds for urban communities. 

• Support of state forest fire 
aid to cities. 

• Support for institutions of 
higher education in the Tidewater 
area. 



I by Virginia Beach 



IN CASE OF FIRE 

At home — 

Quickly get everybody out of 
the house. 
Call the fire department — 
428-2363 
<Be sure everyone in your 
family knows how to call the 
fire department.) 
At public gatherings — 

Walk, do not run, to the nearest 
exit. Call the fire department im- 
mediately. Keep calm. 

—National Board of Fire 
Underwritere 



"important^" "good," or "satisfac- 
tory." *^ : 

The committee will have Ms 
next regular meeting in February 
or early March in Chesapeake. 

Park Work 
Is Delayed 

OCEAN PARK — First phase 
of the heavy construction work on 
Kellam Park has been delayed 
until late January, Mrs. Cam F»- 
mer, president of the sponsoring 
Ocean Park Woman's Club, an- 
nounced this week. 

This work was scheduled to 
start al>out the middle of Decem- 
ber, Mrs. Farmer said, but has 
been delayed because of prior 
committments of tiie personnel 
'afid equipm^nf invlflvl^. *- 

"We want the residents to know 
that this is only a temporary de- 
lay," she said, "not an abandon- 
ment of the project. Work an the 
park will proceed as plann^ lale 
in January." 

Mrs. Farmer and Mrs. Rhoda B. 
White are co^hairmen ^ 4ht 
conunittee in charge ci the p$A 
which the club has been workiag 
on for a number of years. 

When completed it will provkte 
picnic areas, tennis, bathing and 
other recreational facilities near 
Lynnhaven Inlet. 

Plans are to retain as much of 
the natural growth on the 9-acte 
site as possible. Some clearing of 
the site was done this sunmi^ 
but much of the wilderness was 
preserved. 

Kellam Park has been under 
fire from some of the residents 
iffho own adjoining property. A 
statement signed by 17 persons, 
claiming the park was destroying 
a bird and wildlife sanctuary, was 
sent to City Council some months 
ago. 

However, it has had strcH^ 
backing from most residents of 
the community as well as m(^ 
of the civic organizations in Bay- 
side Borough and city officials. 




Xmas Play Tonight At Creeds School 

I 




Students oi Creeds Elen^ntary Schod are p icturcB in a scene frwn "The Little Blue AngeL" 
to he presented ttjnight at li» sehool's regular P-T A meeting at 8 p.m. Left to right: Forres Emm, 
Jane Taylor, and Clyde Hathaway. 



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Pack 419 Will 
Meet Dec. 20tli 



MALraU — Tl^ Cub fcout 
Pack Meeting of Rtek No. 4l9, of 
Malibu will hold 'fteir tiext meet- 
ing on Friday, Deceniber 20th at 
7 p.m. at tbe MaUbu Elenientary 
School. 

Christmas is the theme for the 
month and the Cub Scouts will 
exchange Christmas gifts. 

All parents are invited to attend 
this meeting. 

The Cwnmunity Project for the 
nwnth of Deownber by the Cidj 
Scouts were the collection of four 
Station wagons full of clothing, 
toys and food, which was donated 
to the St. Mary's Infant Home in 
Norfolk. 

The Cub Scouts wish to take 
this opportunity to thank all of 
the Malibu residents for their co- 
operation for this proj^. 



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MIsletoe and parttes seem to go automatically with the Christ- 
mas seMon. How abou* vou? You are sure to have at least ci^ big 
evem Wcluded in yoor^s. If it is not a party, pertiai^ it is | (htc 
to e« out somewhere. ^ 

Sewral w^ks ago we talked about wearily the 
right thing but as you know, what you wear is 
certainly not the whole picture. 

"Smile, you are on candid camera," is a line 
you nay hear in jest, but its implications are cer- 
tainly true. Your manners and your actions are 
constantly under observation whether you realize 
it or iK>t. 

•Th|s fitet is probably more important to you 
than rt is to any other age group. For teenagers 
it is especially important to act just right, and to 
say just Ae right thing. 

Back to the holiday season and its parties, I thought perhaps I 
could extend to you some help along the etiquette line. Good man- 
nere, of course, arc always necessary, whether it be in your own 
home, or at a special party. 

Your best guide to follow is always that of common courtesy. 
If you have had a good time, regardless of whether it was at home 
w ith your family, out on a date, or at the home of a friend, you do 
not need to memorize a rule that says "Always thank your host « 
hostess, or escort for a nice time." You are simply expressing your 
appreciation. ^ i- —p ^ 

Expressing your appreciation for wlmt others have done for 
you is basic to good manners. Also basic is sincerity* There is nothing 
to beat smcerely being yourself. 

•n f ^ ^ p^m M always delicious and tempting. Your hostess 
wUl 5p flatfered to know that you like what site has prepared . . 
But the way to show your appreciation is not to stuff yoUrself Com- 
mon courtesy here will tell yOu that there are others who would 
like to enjoy the same tasty mwsds you are so tempted to pile your 
plate wtth, so begin with ^a few thinp and perhaps come back latw 
for more — After everyone else has been served. 

Accidents have a way erf happening. Have you ever thought 
about what you would do if you spilled something or dropped food 
accidentally on a rug, furniture, or someone else's clothing? Sooner 
or later this will probably happen to you. There is no sure preventa- 
tive— but ... "A word to the wise is sufficient!" Watch where ywi 
are going, be careful of what you are doing and be conscious of 
what those around you are doing so that someone else will not 
cause you to have a mishap. And — don't forget, you will have to be 
careful not to cause anyone else to have an accident either. 

Suppose, despite your carefulness, you do have a mishap. What 
do you do? You will find that the worse approach is to try to hide 
it or to cover up so that now one sees. If it is a^piH of some kind, 
do your best to help clean it up with either paper napkins or a clotii 
that your hostess might have. Tell your hostess right away. What 
ever the upset, express your concern, simply say you are sorry, and 
do your best to help remedy the situation. Tlmt is all that can be 
done. Let the mattej^rest and do your best not to let the accident 
spoil every(Mie's evening. Being a good guest is as great an art as 
being a good host or hostess. 

Naturally parties are not the only occasicwis where difficult 
situations can occur. A good guiding principle is to always do the 
thing that will put others at ease. 

During the holidays you will undoubtedly be meeting and visit- 
ing with adults. You may not feel at ease with folks older than you 
aie but avoidii^ being around' them does iiot help. Make an extra 
special rffort to'be sincerely respectful and thoughtful, You will feel 
better for it and so will those around you. 

Make courtesy and consideration for others a way of thinking 
and acting all the time. Your Qiristmas will mean much more, those 
around you will appreciate you more for it, and doing and saying 
the right thing will never be a problem. 

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African Violet 
Society Hears 
Fnm fi^ptrt 

WUGfNIA BEACH ^ M«. f. 
T. Lumtey of Jtorfott, a rttired 
registered nurse and a national 
judge on African violets, was 
guest speaker at a recent meeting 
of the Princess Anne African Vio- 
let Society at the hoaw of Mrs. 
A. J. Ketsulas, Virginia Beach. 

The highli^ts of Mrs. Lum- 
ley's talk pertained to point scor- 
ing of African violets in which she 
explained how this is ddne when 
judging. .» 

Proceeds from a tniM <^e sale 
were collected and donated to 
the Virginia Beach Eescue Squad 
and ti» group voted to amd 
Christmas "care" gifts to viricws. 
nursing homes and individuals. 

Yearbooks were judged and 
ribbons were awardwi to the fol- 
lowing: Mfs. W. R. Ginder, Wue; 
Mrs, Ketsulas, red; Mrs. A. P. 
Breeden, yellow; and Mn. C. H. 
Wroton, white. 

Ribbons for plants were award- 
ed to Mrs. C. L. Hershberger, 
blue; and Mrs. Julia RuSt, yellow. 

Judging of tl» plants and year- 
books was done by Mrs. Lumley 
and Mrs. Ruth Sadler of Norfolk, 
members of the Pioneer African 
Violet Society and guests M the 
meeting . 

The Society's Chri^nMs party 
will be held Wednesday at tthe 
home of Mrs. Ke»sulas, 209 18th 
Street, at 2 pjn. 

Cliristmas Cooking 
Meeting Theme 

For the December meeting the 
Whispering Pines Garden Club 
^w a denmnstration on Christmas 
cooking and saw slides of Christ- 
mas arrangements and decorMed 
doorways at VBTCO. 

Twelve members were present. 

Mrs. N. C. Edge won two blue 
riU)ons for arrangements. Mrs. 
W. F. Troutman, M^. C. A. Wal- 
ter, Mrs. B. H. Murden and Mrs. 
K. Minton won red ribbons and 
Mrs. R. Talley, Mrs. C. A. Waller 
and Mrs. E. D. Wolfe won yellow 
rJMwns for arrangements. 



Club Enjoys 
Yule Luncheon 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
members of the Cape Henry by 
the Sea Gardei Club ,held their 
December meeting at tiie new 
home- of Mrs. Jarties J. Stanchng 
on Goodspeed Rd., Princess Anne 
Hills, on Monday. Christmas ar- 
rangements and decorations was 
the theme for the program of the 
day.. 

Mrs. D. J. Dee Sr., presided. 
Mrs. J. Standing opened Qie meet- 
ing with the Club prayer. 

Arer the business meeting a 
Christmas luncheon was served. 
Later Christmas carols and stories 
were enjoyed by , members and 
guests. Music was by Mrs. M. W. 
Nordlinger. Members receiving 
ribbons for arrangements were: 
blue, Mrs. Herman White, Mrs. 
M. W. Nordlinger. Mrs. Joe Wat- 
son, Mrs. C. L. Ackiss and Mrs. 
J. Standing. 

The January meeting win be 
held at the home o^ Mn. I^uline 
BatUey, 307 45th Street. 



Club Prepares For Annual Sale 




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Mrs. E. F. Blake (left), president of the Bay Colony Gardeii 
auh, and Mn. W. A. Whitehurst, sale chairman, dUplay ti» 
tr:rfic-slD{^i^ sign annouiKing the club's annual Oihstmas 
Green Sale to be held Thursday at the A&P and Colwjial Store on 
Laskin Road from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Assisting are the two Blake 
children, Bill, S, and Elizabeth, 2. 



TIPS GIVEN ON EXTRA 
SPECIAL GIFT IDEAS 



Miss Catherine M: Welton, 150 
South Bay Shore Drive, Virginia 
Beach, a student at Penn HaU 
Junior College and Preparatory 
School, Chambersburg, Penn^l* 
vania, has returned to her home 
for tlw Christmas vacation. 



Christmas decorations have 
been up for sometime in all the 
stores and chances are that you 
are puling over what gifts 
would fbe most appropriate for 
that '^iJrtra Special" fellow or 
gal, your dose friends, your bro- 
Uiers and sistei^ and your folb. 

Since gift givijtg is often a puz- 
zle, I though I would share with 
you »)me ideas and lugge^ons 
to follow in selecting a gift for 
somecme else. 

Uaudly the greatest problem 
arises in selecting a gilt for one of 
tbe opposite sex. Of c(Hirse basic 
to gift giving is the thought put 
into it. Sadly enough,, and es- 
pecially at Christmas, too many 
gifts are bought in d^aimion at 
the last minute and the receiver 
seoip tbe lack of though jHit into 
its i^edion. 

iBdng a tlMMightlul giver is luH 
easy and it takes time. Sdecting 
the right gift Ux 8ameax» re- 
quires souM careful likening, ob- 
serving, and thinking long before 
the actual purtdiase of a ^t takn 
place. 

To you perhaps this id(^ is not 
new; but, ne^^rtheles, ^tHng the 
ri^t gift m^ms fteit you must 
know tbe person you are giving 
to well encHigh to ^be irt^ to judge 
what he or she will ret&y li^. 
Sometimes we forget that a gift 
should not only reflect our own 
taste, but also the t^ of the per- 
son receiving tt. 

How can you possiUy kw)w 
whjA »>meoiie else wafitg? That is 
tbe calch— you w^ have to lis- 
ten careful^ and olwerve care- 
fully, ft is' ^ rare pe»on who 
does not M sooMtinie or anotii^ 
n^i^on soi!»tiil&g (W be would 
Utoe to have. R may be In AuguiA 
w|»n Joe or Suzy says "I surely 
do need a new waUet." K^p that 
hint to mind— write It down 
snnevbtit, aad, you wtil have at 
leait one' Mea <^ «)imAMag to 
get to (Ari^XMS or a biiihday. 

CSxMMiihf a gGPt that ^ api»%- 
dated can 4dao he made easier if 
you ^ow the likes and dislttes, 
ik» bobbies and habits, and the 
^^vtties of the p«^n you are 
selecting for. 

ffow nmdi to ^nd on a gift 
is often a probtens, ^>ecially 
when you are buying for a boy 
friend or girifriend. Gift giving 
of this type is an iiMrtance where 
it is better to be conservative 
than ejrtravagant. K is also an 
am wtere special care i& needed 
in selecting just the right thing. 
Whsrt you will want to spend wifl 
depend on your relations!^, how 
long you have kiwwn one another. 



what y<Mi am afford, and— donH 
forget— whirt your parmts thiiric 
sbwld be ctmsidered too. 

The old iiyinf — "its ^ 
thou|^ 0^ t^ gift ^at counts." 
holds very true. In. these days of 
being ablB to buy everything 
som^imes something you have 
made yourself will mean more to 
someone close to you than any- 
thing you could possibly buy. 'If 
you are handy with a needle, the 
scope is unlimited when it comes 
to making gifts. Men seem to 
really be proud of something 
theyr girl made them. How about 
making that man of yours a ve^. 

"Tlie way to a man's heart is 
throu^ his stomach." That means 
your cooking skills need not go to 
wMte — cookies, brownies, and 
calKS are all favorites. 

Just for ideas of things to buy, 
girh^ try a men's notioi» counters. 
Such tilings as hair brumes, belts, 
wallets, tie racks, jewelry' cases, 
shaving kits, and shoe shine kits 
are good. By the way, I have 
kn^wn few boys who liked to re- 
<xiye ties, so you might bear this 
in hund. For a guy who's main 
love is as automobile, there is ja 
wi(|e variety of gift ideas hei^ 
tooi 

felkw, I have not forgotten 
yoir pligM. R would surprise you 
how mudi a well chosen gift can 
mean to your ^dal girl. Chances 
aire, she \m probably been hint- 
ing for sotnething for quite 
awhile. Whatever you do, DONT 
ask her what she wants or moan 
to her about not knowing what 
to ^ 1(0' her! Act as if you have 
aonuetfaing spedal all picked out 
even if you don't have Vm ^igbt- 
vA Idea what to get. 

Here are some ideas, perfume, 
a scent that you really like so she 
on wear it lot you. How about a 
pre^ iraUet, change iwrse, poc- 
ket aze clothes brush, sm^ dain- 
ty jewehy box for her bpedd 
jeweby, a ni« pair of ^ov« and 
of course jewelry is nice too. But 
jewelry as a gift means you wUl 
have to know what she xeaUy 
likes in the way of jewehy. Mo- 
thers, by the way, might be an 
excellent source of ideas, try her 
and 



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fiiA art of receiving a gift Is 
not to be overlooked. It is so im- 
portant to make Uie giver feel 
that he or she has selected just 
the right thing for you. Don't 
spoil the effect with such phra^s 
as "Oh you really shoudn't have," 
or "You reaHy didn't have to." Do 
be gracious and sincere saying 
"Thank you-*ow thou^ful." 

Cbii^ias true spirit of giving 
so often gets l(»t. When you are 
^ving remember that you are 
^vtag beoRiiK you want to. "Hie 
more you give of yourself in all 
re^?ects the more Christmas will 
n»an to you. Happy shopping! 

Beta Sipt Plii 
Melts ^l^eSesday 

.. VIRGINIA MAGH _ The 
Alpha Rho Chapter, Beta Sigma 
WS, will hold a siiort business 
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in 
the hoaw of Mrs. Samuel Young. 
Barbara Brothers, a representa- 
Uve of Beauty Counselor^ will be 
guest ^)eaker. She wiU demon- 
rtrate the art of proper make-up. 

After the program a Chrirtmas 
p^rty will be held. Gifts win be 
exchanged and secret sisters wifl 
b0 revelled. 



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Mrs. Branch serves tea to Mrs. Jarrett at Christmas affair. 



Mrs. Kyle Is 
Club Speaker 



WRGfNIA BEACH — The 
Cavalier Garden Club held a 
Christmas Tea Wednesday at the 
home of Mrs. L. 0. Branch, 106 
«th Street. 

Mrs. Emmett Kyle presented 
'This Is Christmas" and showed 
slides of Holy Lands, the Adam 
Thorougbgood House and her 
ibome in Alanton. 



Mfrs. Branch's home was decor- 
ated by members of the club. 

Ribbons were awarded the fol- 
lowing: Blue— Mrs. Vernon Hon- 
eycutt, Mrs. William H. Brown, 
Mrs. Grayson Whitehurst. Mrs. 
Robert Maul; Gold— Mrs. H 
^ad Welbom, Mrs. L. O. Clarl 
^., Mrs. Mary Thompson, 
P. «. Alien, Mrs. Roy Jarret 
Mrs. Reuben Trant; and Red 
Mrs. Maul, Mrs. Whitehurst an 
M^s. Branch. 



Linkhorn Park 
Gardeners Have 
Holiday Tea 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A Christ- 
mas tea was given iby the Link-- 
horn Park garden club on Friday 
Dec. 6 at the home of Mrs. Elmer"! 
Tarrell 1045 Curlew drive, Bird-! 
neck Point. I 

Mrs. Wm. Phillips and Mra. i 
R. E. Townsend presided at the 
tea table which was centered : 
with an arrangement of tall light- , 
ed candies and Christmas greens ' 
tied with red velvet ribbons. , j 

"Christmas at- Home" was th«j 
themo far the decorative arrange- '• 
ments made by the members for 
focal points of the home. 

Mrs. David Stormat was judge 
for the day. Ribbons were award-; 
ed the following members. 

The ?old ribbon was awarded 
Mrs. Wiley C. HarreU for the 
doorway arrangement. 

Blue ribban winners were Mrs. 

H. Stanley Mundy, Mrs. W. C. 

Barclay, Mrs H A. Hnlt, Mrs. J. 

James Davis and Mrs. William 

f Phillips. 

Red ribbons were won by Mrs. 
Ehner Tarrell. Mrs. T. C. Bonney, 
Mrs. H. W. Waters, Mrs Thomas 
Fallery. Mrs. H. Rose, Mrs. Cor- 
nell Berry, and Mrs. J. James 
Davis. 

TTie Christmas doorway ludg- 
ing will be on Friday, Dec. 27th. 
Miss Mary Elizabeth Crump has 
arranged to have special judges 
for this event. 

BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. Jorenh J. Owens. 
Jr., of Virginia Beach announce 
the arrival of their third child, 
|rflrst daughter, Kathrvn Martha on 
December 8. in Leigh Bfemorial 
Hospital. Mrs. Owens is the farm- 
er Martha Armistead. daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Armistead 
of Pnrt-!mouth. Mr. Owens is the 
Administrative Assistant to the 
Superintendent of Virginia Betdi 
&hools and is the son of Mrs. J. 
J. Ow^ns, Sr., of Mascnrtown, Ft. 



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An •aix wax ^ 0'<'* yourulf tha tkhmy 
look for Mt It thit tv»A* prtnc^n thai cute 
>h» ilow In on* with th» tM« mcMoim. 
No. 3215 nmo« In tlM$ It, 14, 16, 1$, 
20. 5i*o 44 (dr*« only 3 yardt «f 39-li»th 
hibrk. 

Nfdhwerk PoMorn No. 1056. Kaltlai- 
¥/ardrobo. ^ wardrobe con$ltting of dnu, 
hat and cfof for on IB-inch doll it kmMtd 
quickly. Pattorn No. 1056 contaiiit com- 
pleto in^uctiont. 

Our Nomditwork Catalog containing a 
coupon for a from pattorn i$ 50 ctnlt. 

Stnd 35^ for tach drtu paltorn, 25^ 
for each netdltwork pa11»rn ladd Sf for 
•ach pattern for third drat mailing and 
)0^ for oach patttrn for fir it c/ait maiU 
ing) to AUDHY LANS BUREAU, Sox 1490, 
N.w yorfc I, N.r. 



Is your name properly and 
correctly noted on your social 
security record? If it isn't or if 
vou are in doubt, you are urged 
to ch«;k with your swial security 
office; and if necessary, correci 
the situation as soon as possible. 




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GAT CHBISTMAS APSON~For putr-|i^4>« « (Ifl-glvtafr 
s pretty a|^on Is mtw»y* iiipropriate Hnv'b « Abv1« oum fmH 
cut rai^e without m prnttmnu Use brifht nd latfu Haai 
iMrttoa and w^^ux to WMiatbuid. Trim Am ovwriM pocket 
with fUt ^dtafe Kppliques of green, wklte^ tad ydlow ^d 
with Gontenstlnff hw id Mbf et^en itgkmk. Sdge poelu* 
with fold metelilo rlGlirack. 



LiDck On Dec. 27 

VIRG>1N1A BEACH — The Vir- 
ginia Beach Branch of the Amer- 
ican Aaswsiation of University 
Women will hold a luncheon 
moling Dec. 27 at 12:30 p.m. at 
Port Story. 

A fellowship grant student will 
be announced and introduced. 
TTie recipient will then speak to 
the group. 

Reservations may be made by 
.calling Mrs. Ray Shield Jr., pres- 
ident. 464-3016; Mrs. R. E. Town- 
xa6, GA8-7860; or Mrs. Richard 
Barnes, GA8-9096. 

AH members and their guests 
are invited to attend. 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEV\/5, Tuesday, December 17, 1963 



Page 3 



Club Sending 
Gifts To Vets 



VIRGXNIA BEACH — The 
Cape Henry Woman's Club met 
Thursday at the Princess Anne 
Country Clirt), with Mrs. Arthur 
B. James, President, presiding. 

The Club will send gifts to the 
veterans at 'Kecoughtan Veteran's 
Hospital for Christmas. 

Mrs. Paul L. Chevalier, Safety 
Chairman, presented safety rules 
to be followed during the Christ- 
mas sea«>n. 

Mrs. Earl W. Leamard, Music 
Chairman, presented Mr. Clark 
Graves and the Madrigal Singers 
from Princess Anne High School. 
They sjfiig several Christmas se- 
lections. 

Mrs. Graydon D. Early, Home 
Life Chairman, introduced the 
guest speaker. Rev. Kenneth R. 
Carbaugh. Rev. Cartwugh spoke 
on the importance of keeping 
Christmas in the home and the im- 
portant role that club women 
have In accomplishing this. He 
emphasized that Chri^ be kept 
in Christmas also. 

The club members exchanged 
PoUyanna gifts. The following 
new members were introduced to 
the membership: Mrs. E. Kendall 
Eakes, Mrs. C. H. Ferrell, Mrs. 
W. E. Tolson and Mrs. John E. 
Marr. . ^ 

Mrs. Thomas M. Stormont left 
Tuesday to spend the winter 
months with her son and daughter 
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 
Stormont, Jr., at their home in 
Delray Beach, Florida. 




For Xmas Cheer! 



New Linoleums will brin^ 
brightness into your hcrnie, for 
the holiday season — and aM the 
months follbwimg! Their modenate 
cost win not tax the feunAy bud- 
get—now, when gift-buying forces 
one to conserve outlays! Measure 
your "dull floor" area — then come 
see the room-renewing Linoleums 
we're fealturing. 

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A "Hr$t" For Sontrt 

FiaST in the U.S.A. and « 
Christmas gift for the. whole 
family is America's only all- 
FM portable radio. This Stand- 
ard Radio Corp. 10-transistor 
"SR-JTlSr* totM easily, doub- 
les as comp<Hient tuner at 
home. Only |48.95 with acces- 
sories, AFC signal locking de- 
vice. # # A multi-band enthu- 
siast on your list? Give him 
Standard's 10-transistor port- 
able "SR-J800P' with marine, 
short wave, FM/AM bands and 
AFC — $89.95 includes acces- 
sories. 

WIM Tvrk»y SotfC* 

Now that holidays are ap- 
proaching you may be inter- 
ested in knowing that with 
your holiday turkey dinner, 
Austin, Nichols' top brand, 
101 proof Wild Turicey Bourbon 
makes a delicious turkey 
bourbon sauce. To top olT your 
holiday dinner, serve Ca^ 
Creole — coffee fortified with 
Wild Turkey Bourbon—Amer- 
ka's answer to Irish coffee. 




B>. SAM MASON, R.PIu 



Louis Pasteur, a Frrach school- 
muter, must be considered one of the 
greatest figures in the history of med- 
icine. Although not a medical man. 
Pasteur's effect on mcdRine reached 
out in all directions, opening great 
new v'stas of research and leading to 
cstaUi^ment of the highly important 
field of bacteriology. 

Although a few probing minds had 
long contended that many illnesses 
were due to infections, it remained 
for Pwteur to supply definite evi- 
dence that the germ-lheory of disease 
was accurate. 

In fighting disease pre«;ripti(«s are 
becoming increadi^ly important. For 
your prncriplion needs and medical 

SpUcs^ rely on BARR% REXALL 
ARMACY, 17th and Atlanric Ave. 
Phone GA 8-1211. 

THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD HINT: 
Cellophane tape strips placed over 
fart>els on medicfaic bottles will keep 
dircctioDS and intscription ,infonna- 
tkm clear ud uasmudged. 

(Bob Tc«n Old I have HIIIt<v 
Pharmacy at Hilltop.) 



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CANDLELIlR 

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OPEN 9 TIL 9 



DAYS 

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FOR CHRISTMAS 



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7 



GIFT-WRAP PAPER 

4 Rolls-360" To Box 
59c 



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CHRISTMAS RIBBON 

Crinkle - Tie 
3 Spools - 240 Ft. - Per Box 



CLOSED SUNDAY 



SPRAY-SNOW 

10-oz. Can * 
MAKE - IT - SNOW 

69c 



SPRAY-PAINT 

Gold - Silver - White 
Green & Many Others 

59c - 79c - 98c 




CHRISTMAS CARDS 

X -of- 50 -Assorted 



$1.00 

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special 
LADIES NYLONS 

1st 

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79c 

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Special 
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Clip-on & Regular 



$2.00 

Value 



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$100 



Special 
MENS ANKLETS 

Orion & Stretch, 
Nylon - Crevv 



$1.00 

Value 



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TABLE & CHAIR SET 

20x30 Formica Top 
2 Folding Chairs 

$1099 



TRICYCLE 

10" Wheel -Deluxe 
ALL - STEEL 

$949 



RIDE-EM-HORSE 

17" High 
Sturdy-Plastic-Steel Axles 
$2.99 
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$299 



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$4.00 per person. Offer applies only to out-of-town 
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W^inla %^ch SUN-MB^, Tuesiay, Otecertiber 17, J963 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

PvMhM TuMdayt and Thunifaiyt ta>/ Th« iMch Publidiinfi Corperaflon 
t^ Pw^^ M»m^ ' Virf inia 8m^, Viryinla 



mm JfAN PHILLIPS 



-YicA-Pnnidaat - OatMiral Mana^vr 
. Hvtn tdltor 



fai ft« fott aillla ^ viii^iria Baach, Va^ mder Um aet of March 3, 1179 



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«mtNmyj.Y SFIAKINPS 



Wt Are Op|K>seci To The Deepening Of 



The James 



On tJ^ btsis erf what we have read and 
ufterafKes of poHttcal leaders of the area 



Channel 



water or Hampton Roads support could be 
mustered for the project. The proposal 



vvi wirtiout b^wfits of having read and definitely has raised a controversy among 

digest the rwparf of the Governor's those individuals close to the matter with a 

James River Study G>mmission we voice majority voicing objection to the deepening 

obj^ition to the planned deepening of the of the channel, particularly among leaders 



James River chanr^l. 

The subject will be a matter for the Vir- 
ginia Gei^'al Assembly next month and it 
might be said right here that whether it 



of the Hampton Roads area. Some have 
been non-committal until the report can be 
further studied. 

It has been expressed that deepening 



is a^M^c^ed or disapprove the deepening of the channel could eventually divert port 
of the charv^ woiJiJd not have any direct business from this area and that the project 
effect on Virginia Beach, but It would ap- ccajld have a damaging effect on the oyster 
pear that it <x>uld have an adverse affect beds and the fishing industry of the Tide- 
on the Tidewater area as a whole and we water area. This would be serious to^ the 
live on the premise that what is good for economy of this area, 
the area is good for Virginia Beach, and We would have to be shown otherwise, 
likewise what is bad for the area is bad for but at this stage of the discussion we are 
Virginia Beadi. definitely opposed to the channel deepen- 
On what is known thus far on the sub- ing project, 
feet it seems inconceivable that any Tide- 

I - ^ -^ ■ ..i.. I [ i * ^- I I I ■ .1 — ■ - . I I — II. I ■■11 I — — ■>■■■■ ■! I.—- I ■■,.>■ — -- ■-■■ I I M II.. I 

We Salute Norfolk's First Citizen, 
Mr. J. Hoge Tyler III 



Wf >iv^r€f pleased as punch several days 
fg^n^Ml^^ aflrKJWfKement that Mr. James 
Hoge Tyler III had been selected as hter- 
folk's First Citizen for 1963. This, in our 
Opinion, is just recognition and honor to a 
man who richly deserves this award. 
, First Citizen Tyler is just #iat in many 
#reas of civic and public service. As has 
|}een so aptly pointed out by those who 
know Mr. Tyler his selection was not sur- 
prising for it was more a matter of just what 
y^r woirid be Ns. He has demonstr^ed 
first Citizen qualities for years. 

Mr. Tyler has been successful in many 
JFields through the years. He has made his 
tnark in the legal professicxi, in politics and 
frjow in iMsiness as president of the Sea- 



board Citizens National B^nk in Norfolk. 
But, even more outstanding has been his 
interest and success in works of a civic na- 
ture. He has been, a tireless worker in the 
United Communities Fund and this year 
headed the campaign that raised more 
funds than ever before. He has served as 
president of the Norfolk Chamber of Com- 
merce and is a memberof numerous boards 
and commissions. He served in the Virginia 
General Assembly as a Delegate and Sen- 
atoii in the 1940s. 

We congratulate Mr. Tyler on his selec- 
tion as First Qtizen of Norfolk and know 
that he will continue his active service to 
the pec^le of Norfolk and the Tidewater 
area. 



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So Others May Eat 




Jhe Christmas shopping season is at its more than 35,000,000 persons in 33 coun- 

c, with a wealth of gifts for our selec- tries of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin Ameri- 

As we go about the happy task of can. Long after the holidays have passed, 

j^embering those dear to us, CARE asks the gifts will be used In ways to nourish 

^ also to remember those who have no- >the hungry, give them health and energy 

^ng— the millions of people across the to help themselves to a better life. 

^^Id who do not even have enough to eat. Every package is a personal expression 

JtTJtrough its Food Crusade now under- of brotherhood, presented with the name 

Vvay, CmRE appeals to Americans to send and address of the donors who send their 

^;0(X),000 packages, at $1 per package, to dollars to: CARE Food Crusade, P. O. Box 

^e needy and desolate on four continents. 477, Richmond, Virginia 23204. No matter 

foods are mainly U. S. donations of farm what language men speak, America's pray- 

l^inidance. Cbmbined with "partnership" ers for Peace on Earth are quickly under- 

programs whereby local governments pay stood when we give foods so ottiers may 

distributions costs, the packages will com- eat— through our kindness, for the present; 

l^ete a year-long CARE plan to help feed by their own efforts, in the years ahead. 



FOR AND AMUT Tm^AGOtS 



Pipiiar Girl Coi't Catch A "Steady" 



ItyCO. SmMi 



MRS. tLUmm G. CRiO 

FLAZA — mn. Regina GilMgan 
Cim, 45, dUM m * PortnKNith 
h(»p^l Wedaawiay. She lived at 
416 fiiuney CcHU-t, i^cess Aime 
Plaza. 

A native of BrotAsfyn, she lived 
here four years, fflie ups a daugh- 
ter of Mrs. JuHt Mm Gilligan of 
Virginia Beach and the late Wfl- 
11am E. Qillipn and tte widow of 
Army C^l. Aiidrew B. <^o. 

She was a meaAmr of ttie Cath- 
olic Daughters of AamkM and St, 
Nicholas Catholk: C3in»A, King's 
Grant. 

Surviving, besides her ooother, 
are two daughters, Patricia J 
Creo and Kathleen D. Creo; a son, 
Dennis A. Creo, and a sister, ^rs. 
Dorotl^ Lehner, all of V^^a 
Beach; and a brother, iUynond 
W. Gilligan of Ik>cfcville Center, 
N.Y. 

The body was taken to ^mMe 
Funeral Home. A funeral servicf 
was conducted in St. SNicholas 
Catholic Church Mon<hiy at 10 
a.m. Burial was in ¥%. George 
Wright National Cemetery, Spo- 
kane, Wash. 

L. H. GARRISON Jr. 

VSRGINiX M:ACH — Lehman 
Haley Garrison Jr., 45, of 610 
6i2nd St.. marine draftsman for 
Coast Engineering Co., Nwfc^ 
died Wednesday in a Norftdk 
b0i^>ital after a heart stteck. 

He was stricken after conflict- 
ing work at the office. 

A native of Merchantvilte, N J., 
be lived in Virgiiiia B^ch 11 
years. He was Hie buH^d of 
Mrs. Jane White Garrison and a 
son of Mrs. Jennie Haitranf t Gar- 
rison and the late Lehman H. Gar- 
rison Sr. 

He was a member of Virginia 
Beach Art AsKwiation, A Navy 
veteran of World War U, and a 
lieutenant eommander in the Na- 
val Reserve. 

He attended Temple Univeraty 
and Philadelphia School of Indus- 
b-ial Arts and IDesigri. 

Besides his widow and motl^r, 
airviving are two sons, Lehman 
H. Garrison ID and James B. Gar- 
rison of Virginia Beach; and two 
brothers. Dr. G. H. Garrison *rt 
ikiward W. Garriion (rf Witaaittg- 
ton, Del. 

The body was sent frem 
JiJaestas Funeral Home f v a 1^ 
^neral service Saturday in Emaa- 
ud Episcopal Church, New Gasie. 
Burial was in <ariie Gemelery, 
New Castle. 



TED L. GARNER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ted 
Lawrence Gamer, 31, of IMS 
Violet Ave., husband of Mrs. Gene 
Ann Gamer and son of Mrs. Sol- 
ida SmiUi Johnson and the late 
David L. Gamer, died in a Nor- 



r CAH'T Keep otm 

OP THEM FOR MY 





THE WKEK'S IMT^: "Thert- 
mre aiwavs a tooA many boys 
if^nd me at t^« duioe. yet I 

r A to be umM^ to kw-p'ono 
fl^ tor my 'steady.' Wial 
I d©? AUo there is one boy 
Md me he inved me, but I 
f#^ him a lett^ mJ Mme days 
mm tmui ttat 1u b^n't evm 
tMmnA to i^id Jtt. Wtat riutuld 
ibt- 
OV> KBTLY: Vm AmM &Hk' 



T !■? >k around the dance floor 
next iiiije you are surrounded by 
boys and see liow maoy girls are 
all aloutr. 

Consdei also the (act that you 
are popular because you don't 
have a jealous boj-friend making 
iaces at eveiy boy who wants to 
aak ^u Iw a daacc. 

Going "steady" ia not Uk 
'•gre»t«t, ' despite fhe fact teens 
•ho go ^tady will not agree. Go- 
ing itiMdy B a Me solution fear 



the girl or boy who has a problem 
getting a date. No question abmit 
having someone to go with, at 
anytime. 

Hie popular girl or boy who 
agrees to go steady with one per- 
son automatically begins to lose 
popularity. We have heard teen- 
agers use an interesting phrase to 
describe a popular girl who de- 
cided to go steady with one boy 
and began refusing other dates. 
"She's put herself on the shelf," 
they said— meaning, she is out ol 
circulation. 

There's nothing wrong with go- 
ing steady when a Ixjy or girl 
reaches marrying age. No one 
should marry a stranger. 1%ere's 
nothing wrong with having a "fa- 
wwtte- where the eaAy teen is 
c<MM%rned but. in this writer's 
opinion, going steady at too early 
U a^e is downri^it foolish. 



Melntyre Gets 
Merit Award 
At Ft Story 

CHARLK R. MelNTYRf 

FORT STXWIY — Sp4 Charles 
R. Molntyre, a diesel engineer 
with the ^4th Transportation 
Platoon has been named Fort 
Story Soldier of the Month for 
November. 

The 21-year-old Atlanta. Ga., 
native was presented a Letter of 
Commendation and a $25 savmgs 
bond by Col. James W. Caughron, 
conunanding officer of Fort 
Story, in ceremonies at Post Head- 
quarters. 

Mclntyire entered the Army in 
December, 1858, and following 
basic training at Fort Jacksan, 
S.C, was assigned as a student at 
the Transportation School at Fort 
Eustis. 

Upon completing the course he 
was assigned to the 1097th Light 
Boat Company, Fort Eustis. He 
joined the 554th in December, 
1959, 




folk hospittf Wi 

A native of Lsw^i, i^Oa., he 
lived in ^ NttMtATkgida 
Beach area ]i3 y&n. ^ was tt 
electroidcs technicim M l^tnt 
Story. 

Besides his v^m sM n^^, 
he is survived 1^ bis A^fuilM^, 
John Henry Jotaam, titfm ^u|^ 
ters ,Miss ^urkg' Gayto Gmm, 
Hfiss Teddi Gene G^ewt tM Mte 
Lynn Ann Gamer, and two i^i, 
John ^ward Garmr saA Owrld 
hee Garner, aU of Viz^la Mn^; 
a sister, Mrs. Betty ijeoetu of 
New York; faur brotbO's, iRsifb 
H. Gai!Mt--<rf 'i^mgo, Vlr^nia 




U fatUMt. M an ahmnMim to i * 
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FORT, KY. 



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LETTERS TO 
THE EDITOR 

Dear Sir, 

The memtoers of the Cape Hen- 
ryby-the-Sea Garden Chrb would 
like to take this opportunHy to 
thank Ur. Mailhes and itrff for 
the wonderful prtMiciftr glvai to 
this club each month and Uae pib- 
licity we received for our Pansy 
Reject (Nwember). We »e vei^ 
happy to r^rt. our INo^ Sate 
was a wonderful success and The 
Eastern State Hospital and Vir&n- 
ia E^Nfc R^we &|M^ <h^ m- 
o^e i|o^ttwti<Ki3. 

We wish you a very Mary 
ChriMiaa^ ajk (Happy New 



Story Unit 
Trains Navy 

FORT STORY — Since the be- 
ginning of the year, two 10th Bat- 
talion amphibian units have ibeen 
involved in a »ri€s of LSf CARC 
loadii^ exerci^s off Fort Story. 

The v^rations, in which tite 
344th Trans Co. and the 347th 
Trans Co have been practice- 
loading their vehicles {A>oard var- 
ious luval landing vessels from 
Little Creek AmphAjious Ba», 
are desigfted to train Navy par- 
somiel in Coring lAI^'s for sea 
v(^ages. Proper loa(Mng and lash- 
isAoroc^res, economy of space 
awnoitf Ifelance are factors con- 
sidered in the timed operations, 
each of whidi may inchide up to 
12 LARC's. 

lite W) 9.m6mg S^up Do(^), 
whidi has the alMUty to fiU its 
ballait tanks and thus lower its 
stem, is loaded frwn the rear by 
the "float-in" saethod. The LST 
(Landing Ship Tank), a snidler 
craft than the LSD, is bow-loaded 
over an iiletoed nonp. 

The exercises {ffovide boUi the 
Army and the Navy good oppor- 
tunities to tram in tlw field of 
marine operations. At present, 
the plan is to coirtmue this valui 
able intraservke p!^ram because 
of its emplasis on movement pre- 
paration and procedures. 

IgSth ^mpany 
M.CitallQii . 

worn mmx — 'm i55th 

Trans Co recently receiwd a Let- 
ter of Appredation for the fine 
su^xn-t it give the 5tti Infantry 
IXvi^on's 2nd Brigade during 
samttm amphibiotis traiiung at 
the little Creek Amphibious 
Base. 

Colonel Hugh F. Queenln, Com- 
manding Officefr of the 2nd "Bri- 
gade, a Wttrt Devms, MassacSiu- 
setts, mechanized outfit, lauded 
the ISSQi for its assista|ioe in the 
unloading and loading of tiie Bri- 
gade's 636 wheded and tiaclKd 
vehicles. 

Col. Queenin noted that the 
timely movement of tlw vehicles 
was enhanced by the Fort Story 
Termiml imit lind was esseirtial 
to the accomplii^iaient of valuable 
training. 

Travel Awards 
Judges Named 

RICHMOND ■— Three national- 
ly-known authorities in the field 
of communications will serve as 
judges for entries in the Third 
Annual Virginia Travel Awards 
Comi»titio», sponsored by the 
Virginia T^vel Council. 

The travel award judges aie 
Roger Mudd, Washington cor- 
req>ondwt, Columbia Broadcast- 
ing System, Inc.; Donald E. Som- 
mer, secretary, Master I^inters 
Action, Printing Industry of Am- 
erica, Inc.; and Richard Graham, 
art iUrector, Earle Palmer Brown 
k As«K3ates, all of Washington, 
D.C, 

Judging of entries will take 
place at The National Press 0ub 
in Washington, D.C. in late De- 
cember. Over 150 entries have 
been subiatted ^ Virginia travel 
adveifis^s in the categoric of 
Magazine Advertising; Newspaper 
Mvertisjpg; Outdoor AdverUs- 
lag; Literature (travel folders); 
PiAllcity and R|dio-Television. 

Winning entrants will receive 
vme^ at the Annual Virgima 
IVavel Awards Imicheon to be 
held at the iHotel Jieffenon, Ekh- 
nwAd, Vh-^nia <m January 17, 
1^, during ttw 15th Annual 
H^tii^ of the Virginia Travel 
C(uindil. 

^e amual cooipetition is s|>ob- 
^oed by the wginia Tiswel 
Council to r^^^ii^ exc^l^nce 
In adyerUjing, promotion aQ4 p&b- 
iKtty m Vtfpnia 6 travti loduft^. 



1^^. Om^ G. Gamer of the 
JSravy to C^iania, Ivan f . Gar- 
iw ol LawcMCi, Colo.; n^ John 
i>. GaiMT of ^^to, Nev. 

A fiw^ «irtc« via ci^urt- 
«d to M^mmMmm l^s^ral 
Bmae Satm^ irt lunm W ^^ 
Rot. Widker N. StocMMu^ of 
Tro^ Baptist Oiurch. Burial 
was In Woo#iwn Itaoum^ Gar- 



w. T. WLL' Ammm 

cm^^xm, njc.— w. t. 

•sir Atkinson. M, WB-in4*V of 
lirs. Addie Sj*e« <rf Virginia 
£e^h, dUed Sunday ni^ ^f a 
Iwirt att«dc at his hou}^ in 
©peej^oro, N.C. 

He has visited Mrs. ^S hen 
manor tima and has naaiy flrtends 
In tfM Vlrgina Bm(^ f^- 

He was a retired U. S. Narcotic 
agent, stationed In I«torfolk for a 
number of years, associated with 
the Custom olliMS of federal and 
state n^. 

He was also agent for the state 
of North Carolina far a4 years. 

Survlvora incliik his widow, 
Mrs. Ifliel Syk^ AtMnson of 
Greensboro; two S)ns, William T. 
Atkinson Jr., stationed at Pearl 
Harbor m the Battleship Strairt- 
on; and Donald i^kinson of 
Greensboro; one sister, ilto. 
James tyree, Richmond; a broth- 
er, Fred Atkinson, Greensboro. 

Funeral arrangements are pend- 
ing the arrival of the son from 
Pearl Harbor. The fami^ rrt4« 
a« 1K^ South Bam Avwuue, 
Green^oro, N.C. 



Norfolk Oherus 
Invites Singers 

NORFKMJK — Jnvita^oos to 
qualified vocalists to aui^on for 
the Norfolk Civic Chorui have 
been issued by M. Lee Payne, 
President, Norfolk Symphony 
and Choral Association. 

There are vacancies in tt« 
Chorus for qualified vGdc«s in 
both men's and women's sections. 
Adults <rf aU ages now sing with 
the WO member Chorus acced- 
ing to Director Ef^ Schenkman 
who added ^«t talented hi^ 
^ool and college students also 
are a ^urt d ii» group. 

Rehearsals of the Chorus are 
<ns ^mia^ evenings at 8 p.m. at 
Ohil Shdom Temple, Stock^y 
Gardens at Raleitfi Avenue. New 
members are invited to audition 
at 7:30 pm., Bton*^, Jaiuiary 6. 

On April 20, 1964, perfomnng 
with the Norfolk Symphony 0^ 
ch^tra, the Civiq Chorus wiB pre- 
sent the opera, "&unson and De- 
mh" in concespt imm featoriag 
Jean Madeira, leading contralto of 
Bie Me^opolitan Opera. 

Fmrtk Cifftted 
To Maai Fire 
Volunteers 

VHIGB«AWEACW — Toney 

Faulk has been elected president 
of the Virgma Beach Borough 
Volunteer Fire Department. 

<Wier new of fieera Inelucte Wes- 
ley Pdlett, vice pRresident; WHey 
LadMn, secretary; Rcfeert Alley, 
ti^au«r; and GdGHe Whitehurst, 
chapbtin. 

A banquet wffl he held in their 
hwjor January 31 at the Alan B. 
aiepard Civic Centar. 

The ballet will be attended 
by reg^ar firen^, volunfteers, 
Civil Delense members and ^• 
cial guests. 

Gifilee (M^am 
Obser?tnce Begon 






flafcteiM^we* IfB w <N; 







^ed persons were re- 

S- Retire- 

r 

IS 

ImuA 





used^ establish such a pi 

MqA huitt cut faniidi abdi- 
cation forms for usjc in purcnas- 
ing Mc)RffeDt Vlw ^onds. How- 
ever, Hffe bands an issued only tty 
Federal Reserve Banks and the 
Treasurer of iibe United States. 

A phn for the purchase o! Ite- 
tirement Plan Bonds is only one 
of several means open to the self- 
emf^oyed to qualify for benefits 
under the Act To realize an in- 
come tax deductiw during this 
calendar year, the reUrement 
plans must be set up ai^ cootei- 
butiws ma^ m or betti;e J^ 
ceaier 3l. Self-employed per- 
sons are permitted to (^m as a 
tax deduction a portion of such 
contributions made for tINir own 
benefit, as weU as lA <rf the funtte 
contilbuM for ^hfta smfiloyees. 

Mr. Christman said that Retire- 
ment Plan Mids, which have 
been on ak ain» Juuiiry, are 
available at par In draoi^ations 
of m, Il<», IBOO nd SIOOO. 
They pi^ interest at a rate of 
3%%, cQpnpouhjded semi-annually, 
the intene^ Kxaung tlvQugh in- 
creases fat Pe<kmptioii value at 
the end of each ax-month period. 

The Rtfiranent Plan Bonds dif- 
fer from Savingi BMMto in that 
they may not fce r^deesied until 
the owntf attains the a^e of S®>^ 
yMrs, »6ept in the event of (teath 
or lUsabiiQr. ^ose peraons over 
the age of Wk y^s when they 
acquire fliefr fNffidt say redeem 
them at any tine. 




_AM iwrne lAfiTv 




1^ IM B. MaotM 

"A ^MMrvatfve Ui ■ mm .f^te wll 
mi mk |A M acw aoiic. wtt of i»- 
tarn tat mt *m^ IwMiiUM' Oe 
MS ene. . .' ." Tdriwl 
It woaU avpMT tluA w» an «Mer> 
w«0 Mo a werid of Aaa», » 
wMiil li 




UllMiteiMi 
New w^n, em tari^ 
mnm «f w mrihr t» HMk 



. y tat m 

UUa ba mMt Mdn^^iMMi* 
Uirtil tb« WOTtt of ttc 
ia our Mdetj have 

or dimoved ^ir nirtt, the 

1lll«W «Mr «W«e JM W mt at 
% ]Mr oat of rMffct for tt« ^M 



VIRGINIA BEACH — GaUlee 
Epis(»pal Church began its ob- 
servana of the Christmas sea- 
son with a Candle Light Carol 
Service Sunday. Carols were sung 
by Uk Virginia Beach Civic Chor- 
us uKier the direction of Charles 

OlivfiT. 

Gi^ee will hold Hs annual 
ChrSnas Pageant on aindiflr 
Moning, Dec. 22. at 9 a.m. 'ttte 
pro^im will be enacts by the 
Sund^ School. 

Thi Vm& S^rwee *a# €vx^| 
for aiults and children will be on 
Chrii|aias Eve at 5 p.m. There 
will # a celebration of Holy Com- 
munis at U p.m. 

OnlChristmas, and on Dec. 26, 
27, ^d 2» Hoty Communion will 
be at 10:00 a.m. 

On Dm. ^ au mwm^m* v^f 

girls 4uy 4MUa% ' hivied io a 
CoUeie ^den^ iwmion in tte 
Parid Mi Aifffvil l^'ll:te 
aju. ■>fy|wp 



fAmXAS FLttfUM. HOAf 
IS* fr MlK Av. PlioiM CA S-il3l 




It appearing that a rep&rt of 'Q» 
<tf Sto ' "^'~rd cia. 
ator of 
A. Haycox, 

«"' the dcfeits 

filed in 

that wore ... 

eUf ned since the qosilakistian^ on 
Mdlof) of fhe said fixecutor, 31 U 

0mm^, that the cz««Ktfh 
of ioA '01 others biterested in the 
Estate i6 show caoise on the lOtii 
day of J'snaary. 1M4, before the 
aforesaid Court at its courtroom 
at 10:00 am., on t^ jj^ j^ , 
against payment ni iWiiwii %f 
the Estate of 'Fred A. Haycox, de- 
ceased, to the lefisteei nsnwd in 
the Wai without requiring refund- 
ing bond. 

rr IS FURIKER OBSXati, 
that the for«|olng portion of ^ 
Order be priSlshed in the Vb^in- 
la Beach Sun-S^ews <mee a week 
for four 8U(K%siive weeks. 
A^y— *ft*e: 
Wim V. I^NlSUEiS, Qeric 
By: Maiy M. "^te, O.C. 
JOSEPH J. ILAWIGR 
imUM toAmUJM 
Board <^ "h^te StfDMIx^ 
Norfblk, Vh^a 

■B-174T0 

Itiih* Ctoric'sOffica of flw CW- 
CMlt Court of Hm Ctty of Vlr^n^ 
■•idi, em Ifw lOfli day of Doqm^ 
bof 1963 

Wm WUUAM COX, PlaiBtiff, 
aplnft 
jmmUU T. cox, Defendant 

The ^qect of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo IMMrl- 
OKOiii from the aid d^eo^mt. 
Upon iie grounds of deseztion 
over aie year. 

And an tiMsvO. having been 
naade and filed tiiat the defnKlant 
is a non-^reiddenft of tte State ii 
f^irginla, the li^ known poA f^- 
'^ address beaag: 642 Pit>ip«^ 
p^ansas City, Mi^ouri, it is ord^ 
id that she do appear here witlA 
ten (10) di^s after due iMibUcaticn 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her iabmA k 
this suit. 
A Copy— Tei^: 
J0»4 V. FXNTItESS, Oerk 
By: llary M. Whie, O.C. 
Brydges & Broyles 
13M Laskin ^Road 
Vir^nia 8eMfa„VirgBda 

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Atlantic Fuel 
Oil Co. 

Can: 

Day or Nrght 

— serving Ht© 
NINTH Uriiest City 

In the 
, iMited Shrtet 



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#4-1229 Bayslde 

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Oeean park 

%t1-197B ^kig's Grant 

Ptnewc^d Gardens 
Ea^rn Parte 






Mrs. p;lw|(^ f^po |41.3674 Thalia 

(10 a.n%-4 pjTJ.) flirchwood C^rctens 



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Std Michael bf , 

%*ort. ^^«iit nmppmhued, he'U receive a certifies^ ligiicd |^ Ac seven ^>leici^' ^IjJ^ "^ ^ 
Aitrowi^ maJdi^ him a Juntor Aitroiiaut So rmm him to boy that fiist Sayinp $ma^ 0% " "' -^--= 



^ M<^r-4fe^ lan^ Ajat "Asttcmaur rf ywra into the pi^tfcc rt^wft. -^^ ^ 
^ to b^y^itl^Savh^ Stamps ^,11* - i« IN fcst c^», « <m ^p Day it 



wek. and te^ on buyi^ flmn ngidarfy ott of kte ai^ip * ^wance. 



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120 Ofll Am^ "^ owsT St0ve 



Nkhael^M. 
197__4erry Baroj (VW threw D»- 

an, 5 minutK. 
lotr — .-«*j Vidal f^) Haefi Jim 

my Itobnan, 1^. 

Jkikn GisuxdBgs, 4i4. 
l.^^*-<^uie Vidal (F) threw |^ 

jM A^gpry. 41 seconds, 
l|*--^arl^s wmiaras {¥) threw 

KM H^ 2:43. 
MS-^ Waters {F) and Bill 
DWowH'th (VB) draw, 44. 
Mflfc-jrohn Romano <VB) won for- 

ieit, no oppone^. 
jjeavy— Jack Kennedy (f) ftrew 

Wafly Mismimon, 1:17. 



FROM 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

DO THE 
EASTERN SHORE 



Prior to the Opening, 

Early In 1964, 

Of The . . . 




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CHESAPEAKE BAY 
BRIDGE TUMNEL 

JTie Virginia Beach Sun-News Will 

Publish a S uvenir Edition Telling the 

Story in Words and Pictifres of the 

Longest Brieve Tunnel in the Wortdf 






. This gigantic engineering project wHI connect VirginJa's Eastern 
Shore with the great Tidewater area with one terminus of t+Jis bridge- 
tunnel complex located in the great new Gity of Virginia -Beach. 

Two tunnels, each more than a mile long, are a part of the great 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. The tunnels.witi aHcw ample dearan,qe 
for the largest ocean vessels. In additaon to tl^ two tunnels, there wilf b^ 
four man-made islands that will link the tunne-ls with ove.rwater, bridges. 

As a tribute to this great project the Virginia Befch Sun-News will 
publish a special Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tupnel edition early in 1 964 
prfor to the official opening. V\/e kno\^ this edition will give an insight as 
to what can be expected of the impacl" on the area's economy and future. 



9 



ROR FURTHER INFORMATION CONCERNING ADVaTISfNC 

IN THB OUTSTANDING EDITION CALL OR, WMTl THE 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NfWS, GA 8-2401. 



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Is Raised 



yirainji Beach SUN-NEWS, Tu^ay, I>ecember }?, J 



mUs mason's detr kiV Wert of 
fte filM iUdta to^ a Jump to 
U,,f!|9 animalf much Id the de- 
left idf Vlrgl$la Spod^en. The 
oici^ise of oyer ifiO0 ^ a wel- 
^nm agn afiter itbe f ^0r bw of 
%tU tak^i In this ft^Uon last 
^tf. An ^n TW«e ' ignificant 
^n was an imparent general in- 
efease in vKiffii and condition 
of flie animals indlcattfri that, af- 
ter several years of overpopula- 
tion, the heni may be reaching an 
equilibrium with availalde fMd. 

Most of the 90 counties showed 
significant gains and in none of 
the seven cc«uiti€S\where toe kiU 
dropfs^ did tite deo-ease amcmnt 
to mora than SO animals. Most of 
the important deer liunting coun- 
ties in the group ^owed increases 
of 10% to 20%. Even Shenandoah 
County which e?ci>erienced a 50% 
drop last year had an increase* of 
over 6%. Bath County led the 
western group with 1,349 deer 
followed closely %y Augusta with 
1,243 and Rockingham with 1,203. 

Oame' tbicdogists interpret this 
year's deer kill data as evidence 
that the either sex shooting of the 
past several years has finally 
whittled the herd to the proper 
me and is paying off in healthier 
deer and better annual fawn pro- 
duction. Deer range in most 
western counties has been rapid- 
ly growing irito mature timber 
during recent years leaving less 
food each year for the big <teer 
herds foui^ in that area. 



One TJiqf J^iufid 





1 (lis auiiuii biiui was laKca uurmg uie virguita ocaca-iNoriolk 
Academy basketball game last Friday night. Steve Strickler of die 
Hawks seems to be bio9king an attempt by the Aca<temy's Tommy 
Rueger. Vu-ginia Beach won, 60-30. (Staff Photo by Mathias.) 

Hawks Whip Academy '5' 



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FERRELL 



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326 W. 21st St. — MA $-5305 



VIRGINIA 'BEACW — The Vor- 
ginia Beach high cagemen got 
strojig point production down the 
line in a 60-30 win over Norfolk 
Academy here Saturday night, 
Jack Tucker (11) and Rick Nolan 
(10) were the leaders. Tommy 
Rueger had nine for the Acad- 
emy. The Seahawk juni» varsity 
downed the Academy juniors, 
6042. 



NORFOLK ACADEMY 
6 F 



Bill 

Maya 

John 

Bogue 

Lahey 

Garrison 

Rueger 

Word 

Castle 

Totals 



T 

5 




0-2 

2 1-2 
0- 

3 0-0 6 
0-00 

4-e 8 

119 

0-0 2 



2 
4 
1 

0-00 
12 6-11 » 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

e F 




Mailhes 

Nolan 

Wilson 

Tarkenton 

Tucker 

Johnson 

Fitton 

Keville 

Stevenson 

Coffey 

Flynn 

Strickler 

Totals 



T 

4 1-29 

5 0- 1 10 

2 1-3 5 

3 2-38 
4. 3- e 11 
1 8-f I 

0-2 4 

0-0 

0- 1 2 

1-2 5 

10-02 

0-00 

25 10-23 60 



2 

1 
2 



Scot* By Poriods 
Academy 6 8 7 9—^ 

Virginia Beach 15 10 13 12—60 



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Business Cards - Wading Announcements 
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AFTERNOON 



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North and South vulnerable. 
Beat deals. 

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EAST 

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if e kUdins: 

list Soath Wyit 

1^ 1 ♦ pam 

tfiM 3 V pass 

^Ms S # pass 

Doable pan ^M 

(^ning lead: tioo of spades. 

iWhen South saw his partner's 
hknd, be thought be bad nothing 
t# worry about. Even if tramps 
s^t four-two, he would still be 
safe, having to lose only the ace 
of spaies. West showed out of 
diamonds on the sacond lead and 
auth knew he was in trouble 
i^iith forced the ace of spades 
igfEed two losing hearts on tlie 
king and qu3en of spades, then 
l<d trumps three more times. 
I^uth th:>n led dubs, finessing 
■jest's Jack, until Ea^t chose to 
tfomp in for a one trick set. South 
could ha»e lie'd up on the clubs 
after tw« rounds, then over 
trtimpeJ East on a club, but would 
have had no reentry to the board. 



North 

3d^ 
4 no 

6* 



4:00 ( S)— SmtM 

aO)— Tht MuUA 

( 13) — ^TrallmastM' 
4:86 (10)— NBC »ew» 
4:80 ( 8) — ^Trallt Wert 

(10)— Make Soom for DaUy 

( IS) — DJucovery 
»:00 (U) — Mickey MonM anb 
B:00 ( 3) — JtKwt at irlT»— Bay Shonw 

(lOV- Poopdeck Psjipr't Clnb Ahoy 
■ :09 ( 3) — Dr. Whit«hur|t Seportt 
i:l0 ( 3) — FoUow The Son 
S:30 (10) — Tori Brar 
6:00 (10) — ^Newa at Stz 
0:0« (13) — Hanr Dojrrett* 
6:10 ( 3) — Snorti Roandnp 
6:16 ( 8) — TV leporter 

(13) — Bon C!od)r«ne 
6.'S5 ( 3) — Wa«th«iDan 
6:30 ( 3)— CBS Hewa 

(10) — Buntta^-Brinkby Beport 

(13)— afaTOTtck 
0:46 (10) — Hvatley-BrinUar Report 
7:00 ( 3) — ^The Saint 

(10) — Riflenim 
7:30 (10)— Mr. VotA 

(13) — Combat 
8:00 ( 8) — Bed SkeltM Hour 

(io>— Beam 

(13) — McHaltB KaT7 
6:00 ( 8) — Petticoat Junction 
(10) — Rtdnrd Boone 
(13) — OreatMt Show on BaHh 
8:16 (13) — ^MoTie 
9:m> ( 3)— «ack Bmny 

(10) — Wok PnwMl Theatre 

( 13) — t7ntoucfaable* 

10:00 ( 3) — (SeTy Moore Show 

(10) — Ben Telephone Hour 

. (13) — SoTiel Woman 

11:00 ( 8)— 11th Hour llnal 

(13) — MurphT Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — 11th Hour We«thi 

(13) — BiU Brady 
11:1B ( 3) — Stere Allen 

11:80 (10) — Sporte 
11:85 (18) — Theatre IS 

11:40 (18)— Theatre 13 
1:00 (IS)— 81«n Off 



WEDNESDAY EVENIN(3 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

(10) — The Match Same 

(13) — Trailmaster 
♦ :25 (10) — NBC Newt 
4:30 ( 8)— ReectM 8 

(10)— Make Boom tor Daddy 

(13)— Dieeoyei? 
S 00 (13) — ^Mldter Monee CItib 
8:00 ( 3) — Newg at Five 

(10) — PoopdC")! Papoy'e CHob Ahw 
8:Ml ( 3) — Dr. Whltehtmrt Beporta 
5:10 ( 3) — Stoney Bnrke 

5 .10 (10) — Super <ar 
6:00 (10) — Newe at Six 

6 05 (13) — Harry Dortette 
6:10 ( 3) — Sport* RomxhlD 
^:18 ( 3) — TV Retiorter 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
6:26 ( 3)— Wekth«rmni 
8:30 ( 8)— CBS Newt 

(10) — Hnntley-BrinUvr Beport 
(18) — Mavwick 
7:00 ( 8) — Blorraphr 

(!•! — Arthur Smith 8kn» 

7:80 ( 8)— ChronWe 

I « 'r* i ** ' i-Hniiir 

(18) — Ojtie A Harriet 
8:00 ( 3) — PtMic Serrtce IPUIB 

(18) — ^Patty Duke 
S:80 ( 3) — Qlynle 

(18) — Price U Rlirtit 
B:00 ( 3) — Beverly milbilUas 

( 10) — Eepionare 

(13) — ^Ben Caaey 
9:30 ( 3)— Didi Van Dyke RMtw 

(l»)-^^nr Man Hlr»«i» 
10:00 ( 3) — ^Danny Ka^e Show 

(10) — Rlervith Bonr 



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11:80 (lOV— BlKMrla 
11:26 (18)— tliM/M 18 

1:00 (13)— Sign Off 

1:00 (10) — Teen TaSk 

1:80 (10)— Newa 

I -40 no) — Tboncht Far Today 



CIVIC CENTIR 
ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE 

Dec. 20 — Delia Spn Tbeta 

Deoioe, 9-1 ajn. 
Dec. 21 — I^dler ShaUng 14 p.m. 
Dec. 21 — Q*ar^ Tern 9-12 pm. 
Dec. 22 — RoSer Skals^ 1-4 p.m. 
Dec. 24 — ProfesskHtd Wiesying 

8 pjn. 
Dec. 25 — Cl'osed for Ctoistmas 
Dec. 26 — Roiler Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. 28 — R^er Skating 8-11 

p.in. 
Dec. 27 — Roller Skateig 14 p.m, 
Dec. 27 — Mosi, fac. Dance 9-1 

ajn. 
Dec. 28 — Roller Ste#ag 14 p.m. 
Dec. 2« — Norfolk Funaial Dir- 
ectors 9-1 a.m. 
Dec. 29 — Roller Skaitii^ 14 p.m. 
Dec. 30 — RoHer Skurting 14 p.m. 
Dec. 30 — RoUa- S^ing 8-11 

pjn. 

aret Teen (by WGH) 8-1 a.m. 
Dec. 31 — New Year's Eve Cab- 



Todd Star Of 
NBC-TV Movie 



•Richard Todd txn as Peter 
Marshall in "A Man Called Peter," 
the story of the Scottish immi- 
grant who rose from laborer to 
chaplain of the U.8. Senate, on 
NBC-TV's "^turday Night at the 
Movies" in color Saturday, Dee. 
21 <9 p.m. E!?r to conclusion). 
Jean Peters co-stars as his wife, 
Catherine, in liiis 20th Century- 
Fox fihn released in 1955, which 
was adapted from Catherine Mar- 
sha's besft-«]Ier. 

The story teBs of Peter Mar- 
shall, who arrives in the U.S. with 
only $50, and after working at 
varied jdbs enters Columbia 
llieological Seminaiy. In Atlanta, 
the ymmg minister attracts a 
wide following among the stu- 
dents from neaiby colleges, and 
falk in love with coed Catherine 
Woods. Following tlieir manlage, 
I^ter is called to the pastorate of 
"The Church of Presidents" in 
Wa^ington. After the attack on 
Pearl Harbor, Peter's prayers help 
his family overcome a personal 
orisis. 

"A Man Ca^d Pe^^ yns dir- 
ected t^ Henry IQMFter and pro- 
dtwed t^ &ifflud G. EaagiL 



ITS A SAVINGS BONDS HOUDAY 
fGk LOVILY Ml^. AMERICA . 



Van Dyke To 
Guest Star On 
Kaye Program 

Dick Van Dyke, ^ar of his own 
c(nne(ty Mries on the CSS Tele- 
vision Netwoit:, ^js across a 
station break to be the gue^ sftar 
on "Tlie Danny Kaye Show" 
Wednesday, Dec. 18 1041 p.m. 
EST. 

Danny Kaye, in opening the 
show, hendds the* approaching 
holiday with Oie song "You Meet 
the Nicest Pei^le Around Ctaiil- 
mas Time." 

Later, Van Dyke and Kaye team 
up in a comedy production num- 
ber, "Puttin' On the Ritz." 

In tiie firrt of two sketches, 
Kaye portrays a man about to 
become a bridegroom. As -die 
hour approaches, he is paralyzed 
with fear. Van Dyke plays the 
best man, whose patience is 
taxed. In the other sketch. Van 
Dyke and Kaye star in a court- 
room battle centering around a 
murder case. Van Dyke portrays 
Danny LaGrande, a prosecuting 
dynamo ccmfident of another con- 
viction. Kaye plays famed old at- 
torney Clancy Burroughs, who 
represents the defendant. 

Kaye closes the diow with the 
song "The Christmas Season." 



rTNEVBl FAILS 



The vnpw This Bird crosses 
Tne *STtSBBr vou'o think he'd 

SELL HIS HIDE T=OR Tw^-BlT5 







— But Just let ft c^r 

COC^E WiTHiN Ten feet of HIM" 






(Circfa correct ptrioneiilf with ptndl. 
Add Korc rt bmomj 

1. Ha was Trineub In fO-mlnuto 
pfa$9ntalion of "Th« Tempest." 

Rob»rt Msrriil. Enslo Piiua. 
Tom Pestmi. 

2. Ha h liar of "Wottli Mr. Wtx- 
ord." 

Frad Amas. Doi| Herbert. 
Den Hiabs. 

3. "WWe Country" co-sfar ¥«» In- 
terne in Kildara apisoda. 

Doug MtClure. 

Cliff Roberfson. 

Andrew Prine. 

4. Dr. Poul Grohom In "Tha Elav- 
enih Hour," serlat. 

Raymond Massey. 

Ted Albright. 

Jack Ging. 

5. Hoit of popular daily "Molch 
Game." ■ - 

Hugh Downs. Gene Roybum. 
Bill Leydon. 



Mrfc I-.y^ MitAen of Sa« Wego, Celforale drenes li« cairbtmas 
tree with the "ftft that keeps on giving." and even sews a huge 
stMJdag to hold aa enlarged Savings Bond— all to help her extend 
holiday greeting Mid rmind as that Savings Bonds make wonder* 
?f Id gtf ts for lelativM and friends. "My hnsbaad and I practice 
what we prMdu In his job at the telephone company he eaeam- 
agee his asMd^ei to buy Bonds regularly through the PayroU 
fu 7"P Vf*" We also give bonds to eadi of our fve diildr«i m 
their InrtUa^ and at <2risteaa time toe OMir fMore edMatlan." 
Bke Myi> _ _ ■"- • 



FM Station Is Purchased 



NCMtPOLK — A corporation 
headed by Norfolk business exec- 
utive George C. Garris has acquir- 
ed radio station WYFI-FM, it was 
announced by William P. Gaspar, 
station general manager. 

Garris will be president of the 
new corporation, WYFI-FM, Ra- 
dio Inc. Other stockholders in- 
clude Dudley Dub. Cocke, Rob- 
ert E. Garris, and J. Powell Wat- 
vm of Norfolk, and Harry L. War- 
ren of Baltimore. 

TTie station was purchased from 



Metro-WBOr, Iik., which wiU 
continue to operate WBCtf' in 
Virginia Beach.. 

Gaspar, formerly vice prm- 
dent and general ,|nanager of 
Bfetro-WBOF, Inc., becomes gen- 
eral manager and chief executive 
officer ;of WYFI-FM, located in 
Norfolk's Golden Triangle. He 
announced there would be no 
change in personneL 

A native W Michigan, Gaspar 
resides in Virginia Beach with his 
wife and three ^h^en. 



I^te Molnar, producer of the 
"NBC Sports Special" weekly 
sems of 90-minutes telecast 
which will ^ait &iturday, Jan. 4, 
was a crack athlete while at the 
U. S. Maitary Acad^y. He play- 
ed on Army's 19^44 baricetball 
team that^ went undefeated and 
was rated* the numlwr one quin- 
tet in the country, and was an 
outfielder alongside Glenn Davis 
on the baseball team. , 



W6H College 
Scholarship Is 
Announced 



NOI»K>LK ~ WGH Radio has 
announ^d that it wiU award 
1^00 college scholarship to 
Tidewater high school senior who, 
in the judges* opinion, has the 
best ^^p of major issues of the 
day on the local, regional, nation- 
al or International levels. 

Each school will select its own 
representative then representa- 
tives of four schools wiU meet in 
competition in each elimination 
broadcast. 

Each winner will receive a 
transistor radio and will advance 
to semi-final competition. Losers 
will receive a college dictionary. 

The quiz will be recorded for 
broadcast in front of a live audi 
ence composed mostly of govern 
ment and histoi7 classes of tiw 
host school. 

Ambert Dail, WJH General 
Manager, and Jim Moore, New; 
Director, met with 8cho(rt afficials 
of five major areas of Tidewater 
to outline plans fbr the series o! 
elimination programs. 

Attending the meeting were E 
L. Lamberth, Supt. of^ Norfolk 
Public Schools; C. Alton Lindsey 
Supt., Hampton; Dr. R. O. Nel 
son, Supt., Newport News; Guy 
Morris, Administrative Asistant 
Portsmouth Public Schools; and 
Samuel Morgan, Sup'., York Coun 
ty Public Schools. 

High Schools of James City 
County, Chesapeake, and Virgin' 
ia Beach have approved an invi- 
tation to participate. 

Students receive a list of the 
topics well in advance of the 
broadcast for study purposes. All 
topics are drawn from a box wittj 
the student not knowing which of 
the topics he will be quizzed on, 
by moderator Jim Moore. 

The WGH $500 Scholarship is 
heaid every Saturday morning a' 
10 a.m. 



T !« f fl T R F 



25tii & Atloatic 

Today, Dec»mb«r 17 

STOLEN HOUjtS 

Susan Hayward 

Michael Craig 

Diane Bak^ 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 



10 



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DECEMOet 18. 19 

GIANT 

Elizabeth Taylor 
Rock Hudson 

Featnres! It30, 4:50, 8:10 

FRIDAY & SATURDAY 
bECEMBER 20 • 21 

WHITE CHRISTMAS 

Blng Crosby 
Danny Kaye 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



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Today, December 17 
Double Feature 

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47 Strut 

48 Number 



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50 Swiftly 
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S4 Artist's 

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63 Elude 

64 Next 

65 Withered 

66 West Point 
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35 Saints: abb. 
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flWntiff 

WffliaAM 9OZI0, 
Oefendtnt 

The rtj«ct of thii wit » to ^ 

[tato t dlvoTCe a nMOb imrtri" 

|fli(»ui, Crom Uw ^d <bfe»!aiA, 

upon Am ff^th <rf tqaation 

for mow Itao on« year and ^n- 

structivi deserUon. 

AM ap afMavit havlag b^ 
nw(rt and filed that the deten- 
dant is a teon resident of the State 
of VJr^a, the last known post 
office ^(toew brtng: Dale TRoad, 
Buiilngton, New Jersey, It is or- 
dered fiiat he do ap^w h«^ 
within ten <10) days after due 
publication Iwreof, and <to what 
my t»e nectary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A COPYt-TI^IiE: 
JOWl V. il©TOiBSS, aerk 
Byt Miry M. Whtte, D.C. 

12-17-4111 

CROMWHiL and LAYTON 

P.O. Box mil, Robbins Oxmr 

Baydde Stotion, 

Virgmia Beach, Virginia 

euH Ceun of Mm CHy of Virginia 
Boadw en tlw lOHi day of Docini- 
1M3. 

Mm K. B1I1X)S, Haintiff 

agaJnil 

mMML GORDON BlUX^ 

Defendant 

The ob^ of this iuit is to ol>- 




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^n a A Sfenia «t Thoro 

to be later meiwd into a divowe 
A Vinculo Matrimonii, from the 
said defendant upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit baiviM been 
made and filed that the defendant 
1« a non-resicjent of the State of 
Virginia, the last known poat of- 
fice address being: 80 N.'^. 43x4 
Court, Fort Lauderrtele," Pforida! 
ft is ordered th»t he do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, aijd do 
what may be nwesswy to protett 
Wa interMt In ttSs «ift. 
A Coiv— T^te^ 

By: Mary % wmt, D.C. 
Biyd^i A fir^^ p.q. 
1360 Laskin Road. 
Viitlnia Beadi, Virginia 

12-17-*ru 



«» LIQA^ NQTICCS 



In tho Clork't Offko of fh* Cir- 
cuit CeuH of tho City of ^^nto 
BoMli, on tho lOlh day «f Docwn- 
bw, 1963 

NORMAN E. ^amoiMm, 

Plaintiff 
agsunst 
CAROL JOY SCHROiDER 

Defendant 

The object of thte suit is to 
obtain a divorce a Mensa et TTioro 
to be later merged into a Decree 
of Divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
fr(toi the sud defendant upon ttte 
ground* of desertiop. 

And an affidavit having b^n 
made and fUed that the detemlairt 
is a non-resident of the StMe of 
Virginia, the last known- pwt of- 
flc address bei^ MHMT^tet, 
Nutter Fort, West Vu-ginii^ it is 
ordered that she do ai^ar here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and dd what 
may be necessary to protect her 
intrest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. fENTRESS, Qeik 
By: Mary M. Whtte. D.C. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES 
1359 La^n Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

ia-17-4TU 



In Mm Circuit Court of tho Oty of 
Vir^nia Booch, Virpinio, on tho 
4th Day of Docombor, 1963 

-OSmm, OF PUBOCATION 
MARY mMMAN, ^ al, : 

Con^MSts, 

V. : 

UMmm. ROOTA,^ ^ al., ': 

Defendants. : 

Hie eb)ect of this miit Is tp 

lear the title to the bdow-dl- 

paap^, «ri {or tht 



Court to wljiidta tod <l«dare thjrt 
the complatamte b«rtln are tiw 
abtolute and free simple ownus 
to the b^ow^eaoribed proper^, 
and for such other and further 
jteneral relief as the nature M 
their case may require, or as to 
e<|Uity shall seem mete; and an 
affldhvlt having been mailed and 
fQed, that due diligence has been 
deed by and on behalf of (he com- 
plainants to ascertain in wtMrt 
county or corporation MANDEL 
ROOHA. JULIA BraOKHOU^ 
mi VmMj "E^^KKJm are, 
wJtourwK*. iM tfiat ©^"EMIA 
liOCHA JEWWS is a nonwa- 
del* of this ^te, who^ fast 
known ^wt Offlre addr^ is 108 
MBl.Street, BrooM^, New Y«*: 
and^Oe Bill of Coi^taint fifed 
h««bi ftirtlng th4 tiiwe are or 
riwiy be other pemnn totei^ed 
In the sufe^t irartter to fw dis- 
posed of in ^8 «iU whose names 
tfe udmmn and whose last 
knowii'Ptat Office addre^es are 
uiteown, and who are made par- 
ties to tills proce«llng by the 
general dtenrti^on "parties un- 
known" wuA an affidavit having 
famn made and filed, that they are 
uhknoinu nich unknown parties 
being Che heira-at-law and next of 
khi, urviving con»>rts, if any, 
d^iiees, suosesaon in tiQe and 
lien cre^tora of Manuel Rocha, 
Julia Brlckhouse and Daniel 
Brickhouse; it i^ 

OmXEmD, that the above- 
named defendants, to-wit: MAN- 
IM. HOOHA, JULIA BRKK- 
BOUm, DANffiL BKIOCHOUSE 
ajKl EUFEMIA ROOHA Jif^- 
KI^S, or if any of them be 
(tead, their Iwirs at law, next of 
kin, devisees and «irviving con- 
sorU^ if any, and theLTlien credi- 
tors, and aU other persons who 
ai% or may be interested in the 
siAject matter to be di^)osed of 
in Uiis suit, all of who% names 
are unknown and whose last Post 
Office addresses are unknown, 
and who are made parties to this 
proceedings by the general de- 
scription "parties unknown", do 
appear within ten days after due 
pirf}Ucation of this Order and do 
what is necesary to protect then- 
interests. 

IT 15 pmrrHER ordered, 

that the foregoing portion of this 
Order be imblished once a week 
for four aiccessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun News, a news- 
paper publi^ied in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

A cofiy Ta#tt 

JOQflN V. ¥ES^II^SB, Clerk 






BY: Miiry 

KBLLAIM and fCESXAM. PQ. 
BOARD OF 'QtAOiE: BU1!L0V«G 
NORFOLK. VIRfilNIA 

12-10 41^ 

"IrTHw CtMi^i ^fto ^ tho Or- 
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iMch, «n tho ^ 4ay ^ Pm^i^ 
Nr. 1W. 

mm p. KKmr, i^intiff, 

apinst 

wmmD eovfwm moKt, 

Hw object of ths wtt fai to 
obtua a divoice a Itaisa ti, Tba^ 
to te later m^ed tato a D«3«e 
of Dlvoroe A 'Wnculo Mtolmadi 
finwn the sakl defoMlant u^mi tiie 
grounds of desettuo. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed ^at the <tefcndu)t 
is a non-rea(tent of tito fti^ of 
Virginia, the lai known post of- 
fice tmresB being: P. O. Bmc 3173 
Jackass Flats, iNevada, it is order- 
ed that he do appear here within 
ten (10) d^s after due puUica- 
VK>n hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his i^ere^ 
in this «tt. 
A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. vm^msBs, o^l 

By; Mary M. White. OX;. 
BRYDGiS k BROYl^ p.q. 
1369 Laskin mnA 
Virginia Beach, Vir^nja 

12-174TU 



ANNOUhK^MENTS 



10 Special Noticot 



CUSTOM TWING STOVICE — 
All typei of t^Aig to ordor: 
manuscript, busiimss letters, en- 
velope addressin|(, itencils, ed- 
iting by English majors-college 
graduates. If you r»ed secre- 
tarial service occasionally, even 
a single letter, M us take care 
of your worit. I^tes on requa^ 
Call GA 84355, 211 70th St 
Virginia Beach. 



t1 Transportation 



A & P Driveawi^s Inc.— We will 
deliver your car to or from any 

city. Carefully selected drivers. 
C^ 625-0804. 



AUTOMOTIVE 



to Automobilos For Sala 



CKRYSLER Newport Convertible, 
1962. Power brakes, irteeriiig. 
Airconditioned. 20,000 actual 
miles. WUl trade and finance. 
John R. Covington. Phone 426- 
3648. 



VicdiolA fiMCb SU^-MEm lumd9¥. Vm^^ 17. 1^3 



U»i 




*n#^ 




• • • 




BlfftNESS SERVICES 



30 HmMmico SorviMt 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover, 
Sales iiMi service. PnMniA ef- 
fident ret»urs. Pick up and 
d^very. Phone GAB-42^. 
Fuel Feed & Building Sup- 
pli«. Inc. 

3 1 t»uiiding — ftopaiilni 



428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 
MERCHANDISE 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Elecfirical — Air Conditioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLIBIBffl^Q 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Phone 426-2660 



90 Articlot For Saio 

PIANCS-^Used. Spinets, Grands, 
Uprights. Concert Piano Tuner. 
James A. Kelly. Call 42fr«a37 
7-9 am. and 8-U pan. 



S^JHFIMARI^. New and used. 
Ideal Christmas gifts. See at 206 
28th St., Virginia Beach. 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wantad— Femalo 



Jledkal Records librarian. Full 
^Ot part time. Contact Adminis- 
'trttor. General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

44 P wition Wantad— Malf 

Retired business executive inter- 
e^ed in obtaining full or part 
tint position. Familiar with all 
<pimes of sales, service, adver- 
tising, promotion, and public 
rdations. For interview, please 
write Box 101, Sun-News. 3106 
Pacific Ave. 



UVESTOCK-PETS 

70 Ooj^— Cata— Othar Fati 

POODJLE PWf^IES — Elegant, 
bl«:k, standard. AKC register- 
ed. Ready for Chri^mas. ^. 
Call 428*084. 



MKCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Saia 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply, Inc. 



IT FAYS TO ADVERTI^ 



rUrestoii* 



YOUR 
CHRISTMAS GIFT 
HEADQUARTERS 



TffMENnOUS VALUES ON BIKES 'TRIKES -WAGONS -ACCESSORIES 



■««i», 



SPEED CRUISERS 



Cemfertabto 

Two-Tom 

Saddle 



c:?^=^ 



fjre$totic 



it 



500" BICYCLES 



Glaomins 
Chrtfma 



•.*-••«.»« 



Doubia 

Bra^fd 

Front f Mtdar 





xae 



Gleaming 

Chroma^latad 

Fandarsand 

Rims 



Two-Tona 
Cushion Saddle 



Chrome-plated 
Handle Bars 



Triple-baked Flamboyant Finish 
with Gleaming Chrome Trim 



Big, Sturdy 

Luggai^ 

Carrier 



SEE US FOR 

AUYOUR 

BICYCU 

ACCESSORIES 




Just S y 



; • Weekly * Semi -Monthly * Monthly 



S/U.ES&SERVIGE 



401 31 nf Street 

YA. BIACH 



1772 Va. Peach Blvd. 

OCIANA 



6825 Military Hwy. 

NORFOLK 



■raiLEVISroN— All makes. U^. 
R e c n ditioned. Guaranteed. 
From 150. Budget Terms. Beaidi 
Services, 428-7021. 

Upright Piano in excellent condi- 
tion. Several antique chest5 
and mirrors. Antique love %at 
Cherry dining room table. Sev- 
eral oriental rugs. Located at 
904 Brandon !Rd. Phone 
GA6^430. 



93 Housoltold Goods 



APPLIANCES 

FREEZER 

Amana 16 cu. ft. Upright Re- 
possessed — U«d 14 months — 
Sold new $495.00— Reduced to 
$248.00. Easy terms. 

AUTOMATIC 

WASHER 

Maytag — Reconditioqed guaraii' 
te«J 1 year parts and service — 
beautiful condition — goes at 
$99.95 to first caller. 

AUTOMATIC 

DRYER 

Frigidaire Electric. Bel(M^d to 
millionaire who only dried hand- 
kerchiefs — Steal it from us for 
$69.95. 

GAS RANGE 

Magic Chef— 36". You won't 
believe it's been used, but it has. 
Make us an offer at $50.00. 

PRICE'S, Inc. 

HILLTOP 
VA. BEACH, VA. 
TEL. eA 8^514 . 



MERCHANDISE 



WJtfM REAL tStATE 



^ Heutohfld Goods 



Funiiture of aU kinds upholstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
r^isonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all custom made and fitt^. 
Hilltop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used fiimiture. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



no Apartmonfi Unfurnithod 

APARTMENTS — Fumidied or 
unfurnished. All price raises. 
Co(^r Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nigbts 42fr«833. 



24% Street. 2 bedrooms, livii^ 
room, dining room, kitchen, 
bath. Firsrt floor. Yard. Conven- 
ient to shopping. Reasonable 
yearly rent. GAfr5016, GA8- 
2143, owners. 



Two bedroom. New unfumi^ed 
a p a rtment. Gatewood Park, 
2213 Wolf St. ^0 per mtath. R. 
L. DeHart. 340«591, 3^)^11. 



f<«^ 



111 AiMrtmonts Furni 



25th Street, '^2 — 1 bedroom 
apaI^tments. $^ yearly. Call 
Jard Realty GA 8-6666. 



Furnished ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart' 
mehts. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



HI Af>artmofit6 F'irnl 

416 Ztad St. One and two bed- 
room apartments. Heetrid 
abaw, refrigerator, and hot wa> 
ler heater in all apartment!* 
Yearly reirt. Water fumia^L 
^8-2724. * 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

114 Housos For Rent 



NORTH END, Land side— 2% 
bedrooms, bMh, living rooni, 
kitchen and dining atm, iroiA 
pcscch, enclosed rear fMlo. EX: 
tremely hi^ lot. Ported wanii 
air heatmg with humidifier. 
Fully furnished. $1^ nwrthly. 
Days 428-3997. Ni^ 4^1139. 

413 1^ 19th Street, bungalow. One 
bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
and bath. Screened porch. $45 
monthly. Call for appointment, 
GA 8^052. 



REAL ESTATE RDR SALE 



124 Housos For Salo 



NORIH ALAmX)N-^ bedroom, 
brltk ranch with 2% baths, oil 
hot water heat, many extra fea- 
tures. On large comer lot — one 
acre plus. For information call 
J. F. Peters anytime 341-3232, 
UL 5-4379. Goodman, Segar, 
Hogan. 



ANTIQUES — Handcarved wood- 
en duck decoys; cobblers 
bench, saddle seat; ^ins, in 
china and pewter; tobacco cut- 
ters; coffee grinders; pitchers 
and bowls, different shapes and 
sizes; Imari, Rose medallion 
punch bowls, plates. Jean N. 
Miller Antiques, 518 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-1250 after 6 pjn. for 
special appointment 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedrocHn efficiencies con>- 
pletely furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can furnish ev- 
eryttiing but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
8-9701. 



Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street Efficienqr 
apartments. All utilities tai- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and fumisbed roon^ 
Block from Bus Station. ISv 
week or month- 



1-2-3 rown apartments. $75-|125 
r. month. Utilities fumiiAed..Suii 
Tide Motel. Dial 428-1828. 



BUFFET— SoUd cherry, distressed 
finish, 52" long. Bought at 
Willis Wayside. Like new. $150. 
Terms arranged. Phone 341- 
2737 evenings, Saturday and 
Sunday. 



One bedroom. Niody furnished, 
very comforts&le and home- 
like. Yearly rental to adults. 
Holland, 411 22nd st. GA&2301 



KING'S GRANT, 425 Cantebury 
Dr. Pay equity and assume 
Fil.A. loan. 3 bedroom, unfin- 
ished family room, 2 baths. On 
lake. Owner R. L. DeHart. 
34tt«591, 3406311. '" 



128 Real Estato Wantod 



LET 

Jfoyr property for salt. 

WITH 

For quick actMHi a 

LOCAL 
' And Successful 
AGENT 

Roland Hyde, 4284110 

mghts 4^1490 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



19 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



Apartments furnished or unfur- 
nished. Nice for couples. 1 bed- 
room, living room, kitchen, and 
bath. Close to stores. Water 
furnished $55 to $65 month. 
Can Doug Sessoms, real estate 
broker ,ovraer. GA8«533, 
GA8-9370. 



CLASSIPIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



RUGS— fttl2 linoleum for every 
room in the house. $4.95 cash 
and carry (no deakrs). Walsh 
Furniture. 17th & Baltic. 

Refrigerators, frrozMs, stoves, 
living room furniture, clocks, 
rugs, books, bedroom furniture, 
paint, radios, mattresses^ 
springs, porch furniture, metal 
cabinets, brie - a - brae, sofas, 
chairs, che^ linoleum. You 
name it — we have it and at rea- 
sonable prices and easy terms. 
Hirtz Bazaar, 227 First Colonial 
Rd., Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 
to 9. 

LUSSIRED DISPLAY 

INSTRUCTIONS " 



jSp 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

Brtet<iw Bardln, Oirecto* 

313 -35th Street 
Virgmia Beach 



WILLIAM KILLGROVi 

Instruction In 

Piano, Organ, Accordion 

JU 7-0466 - 428-7727 



MERCHANDISE 




AA Your Eye Physician Abowl 

TRAYLOR^S 

Vi^mla loin's only 

GUaD OPTICIAN 

1369 Lasjcin ^o^, Va. Baach 

Bcmai'd If. wfewaBiTat Bttr* 

GAidoiMm 



FINANCIAL 



HOME OWNERS 

Reduce Yovr Bills 

One Monthly Payment 



AMOUNT 

$2000 
3000 



10 TM. 
FEB HO. 

$22.32 
33.32 



IS TBS. 
FEB MO. 

$16.88 
25.32 



TlM Ftost and Second 

MortjStgt Services 

MA2-9S16 — 24 boon 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT— FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



mmmm 



PROMPT HPMP FW^CINC 

HOMB FEmgAL S^^l^NGS 
AND Loan association 

700 BbtrsH '»TAe1r*~- NoSiT^tif 

•OM VineiNIA BEACH BLVD. 

AT THOMAS CORNER 



REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Ti(^ater's Finest All 

Waterfront Communily 

LOTS FOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL EyrATE CO. 
4644(»1 VMm (|4 1-9192 



ESSO 



Exceiloit (^porliuJty for qnjdfficd 
indtvtdtMl to optmta aa tttab- 
Ikhed hig^ voiumc station in the 
Norf<rii( • Vir^nia Bc^ area. 

Contact W. G. Johnson 
Days-MA 2-4301 
Nights-GA 8-8370 



M. M. WALKER 

roofing-Guttering 

Have Roofal And Guttered Vvrgimt 
Beach For The Past 10 Ytm 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commercial 



Household 
Refrigeration 

LanoAmnati 
DcaloB for 

ApiAuKci 



IPectricai 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322 ■ t7tli Slnd 
Virginia B«Kh 

r^&M GA S-4671 






\ N OR SER\k i 



.40-8r6; 



ADAMS %fm. 
PLUM8ING CXm, 

Swtag Vifibiia ifeadi dmim 1»|4 

Plumbing and HoaUng 
Repair sorvi-ie and suppfiM 

ivarm air duct heating 
Chrysler Air CcmditionirW'* 

BVIMJET TiaiMS AB BBUUft 
we SERVICE VkllAT WB a ^ A 

416.17MI St. - eAi4731 



MERCURY-COMET 



Complete Service Oh All Makes Of Cars 

PICKUP md DELIVEItY 
Factwry - Traitwd Mechanlct 




'Tidewator't 

Oldest Exclusive 

Mercury 

Dealer" 



MOTORS, INC. 



857 Vii^inla Beach Blvd. - Virginia Beach - 428-71 21 



i^mtiUmmitmm 



Ui Us Help You Wi^A 

SECOND MORTGAGE 

AT IaNK RATK 

Commercial cmd Residential 

K. L JARD, REALTOR 
200 . 25th Street Phone OA 8-2724 




PM00k frAfil Ir. 

(AHTNO — Aiwy%t Can- 
nier Davh Jr., M, t^M; wtte. 
Nonilee, lives at 2815 E(Wy St, 
Louisville Ky., it^an two w^ks 
of am{Aibtous wware training 
with other members of the Stfi 
Mechaniasd Infeittry DiiHinn's 
2d Brigade at Little Oeek Naval 
Base, Norfolk, Va., in mid-Oc. 
tober. A full scale amphtt>i(ws 
assault landing from landing craft 
completwl the instrwtion. Ser- 
geant Davis is a mortar comiwter 
in Company C. 1st Battalion of 
(he brigade's 2d Infantry regular- 
ly stationed at Fort Devens, 
Mass. He entered the Army in 
1955 and was stationed at Scho- 
field Barracks, Hawaii, before 
his assignment, at Fort Devens. 
The sergeant, son of Mrs, Nora 
Pow^ell, Route 1, Vii^inia Beach, 
attended John R. Hawkins High 
Schotri in Warrenton, S.C. 



'mer^ 




ATl/JITIC & 25th ST. 
VIRGINIA BEACH 



Yae May Use 






FORCED 



TO 



/O AND MORE 



SELL 

ENTIRE STOCK 
TO THE 

BARE 
WALLS 



NOT A MOMENT TO LOSE, 

SO HURRY AND GET YOUR SHARE 

OF BARGAINS THAT ARE WITHOUT EQUAL. 

YES, THE ESQUIRE MENS SHOP IS 

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS AND THE ENTIRE STOCK 

OF FAMOUS NAME BRAND QUALITY MENS & WOMENS 

SPORTSWEAR, CLOTHING, HABERDASHERY & OUTERWEAR 

BEING LIQUIDATED TO THE BARE WALLS 

THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE LIKE YOU NEVER SAVED BEFORE. 



HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF HUNDREDS OF 



DOOR BUSTING 



BARGAINS FOR TODAY 




M^S 

SUITS 

Tailored 

To Perfection 

By Famous 

Makers 

Wsre $59.50 
Now Only 

«34 

Sizes to Fit ' 
Any Man 

QnsBtity Limited 



f 



f 




1»% PURE 
WCKM. 

SUCKS 

Were To 

$18.95 

Now Only 

$980 



MENS STRETCH 

BELTS 
By Famous 

Maker 
Were $2.50 



sac 



CHOICE 0¥ THE HOUSE 
UDIES NOW 

AND 1/ 

■yO PRICE 



MENS AT 
SWIMWEAR 



FAMOUS MAKE 
1W% PURE WOOL 



BULKY 
SWEATERS 
Were To $15.95 



NOW 

$980 



MENS SATIN BORDER 

HANDKERCHIEFS 

FULL SIZE '^FOR 

Regular ^l jg 



29e Value 



FAMOUS BRAND 




J^ND 



REGULAR TO $4.95 

• FANCYS 

• SOLIDS 

• WHITE 
Sizes— 14 to 17 

AND S3.80 

Hundreds To Select From 



$290 



^^ 



THE PERFECT GIFT 




Were $1 .50 
SELEa FROM HUNDREDS 



FAMOUS NAME 
MI^'S 

JEWaStY 



Your 
Choice 



AT 



V2 



PRICE 



MENS UNDERWE.48 
NOW 

T'SHIRTS 3 poR 

BRIEFS 

BOXER 

SHORTS 



$175 

Were to $1.25 



MENS FAMOIM BRAND 
NOW 



BERMUDA 
SHORTS 

Were To $7.95 



$380 



FAMOUS BRAND 

MEN'S BAN-'LON 



HOSE 

Were 
$1.50 Value 



68c 




JMen a . , 
Suburban 

COilT 
Fully Lined 
Fur Co^^ 
Reg. $39 

Value 

Now Only 

>18 



While th«y Last 

QuanHfy Limitad 



lmfx»rted 

Twill 

RAINCOATS 

Tallor«d 

To Perfection 

With ZIP in 

PILE UNBt 

Were $29.50 

While They 

La^Only 




$14^ 



Sizes 36 To 46 



UDIES FAMOUS MAKE 



SPORTSWEAR 



AU By Fanao* Masov 
SWIATERS 
SWIM SUITS 

SKmis 

WALKING SHORTS 
BERMUDA SHORTS 
MAN TAOLORED BLOUSES 



Vz ^^'^ 



AND MORE 




MEN'S FINE TAILORED 

SPORT 
COATS 

• All Wool 

• Harris Tweed 

• Dacron & Wool 

• Blazers 

• Herringbone A BUY OF BUYS 

Values To $45. All Sizes 



•23 




Bmwh 
ThMtre Bidg. 

Stwe Hours 

9:30 



A.M. 



TIL 



9:30 . M 

DAILY 



HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF MANY FAMOUS BRANDS BEING OFFERB) 



• cunnDMi 
9 Mu^muiJ^saLY 



• CUPPE3U3IAFT 

• BRENTWOCM) 

• VARSITY SIOF 



• CHIEF APPARIL 

• PETERS WADfiS 
e€HAMn€»«f 



• ADLER HOSe, 

• GREAT DANE 

• ^VEN ^AS 



r: 



VAN^EUiB« 

^TAPIK 

e MAsmoN 



A. WtAn 

N. MAttMlV 

U» 6**TBRreiSB (TOThK!) 
Rwhard A. Bryan, electtwifc* 
t^micjan mM dts*. USN( wn 
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. toym 
of 7912 Olive (kmt lane, and 
Marine PrivataFInt Class BM» 
N. Matncy, mm of Mr. and Mw. 
A. C. Mat^ 9l€M Ankm avc, 
both erf VIripnia B«wh «ec§ntly 
returned to N<HfoUt jrfxmrd the 
attack aircraft carri^ OSS En- 
terprise after spending seven 
morMhs in Uie M^iterranean. 



Virginia Beach SUN-NBA5, Tuesday. De^nber ]7, |963 
Page 8 



JOSEPH DUNIMM 

(rnnAT LAMS, m. &wmc) 

—Joseph DuniMn, 19, Mn of Bfr. 
and Un. Ekuie W. I^mham ol 
8132 Klantalh Rd., Vkegg^ Beedi. 
is inder^oing nine -we^ tnA^yo^ 
at &te Ntvsd Trttoung Coft^, 
Ckreirt; Lakes, ffl. 

The proffmn iwAides naval 
hiMory and or^ndailion, ord< 
mnee and gurawry, sMUim^up 
tmd daoMge contrd, sentry(du4y 
mA miliary drill, physical fitness, 
firsft aid ami auvival. 

During the training recruits 
cwnplete tests and interviews to 
detennine their futuw tssiim- 
n»nts m the Navy. Upon ctHnple- 
tion of tinning tfliey are Assigned 
to service sdKK^ for technical 
tmning or to Mm and shore 
i^irtioiM for on-the-job training in 
a spwialized Navy iwUng. • 

ROBERT M. BIAS 
BAINBRTOGE, M). <PRTNC)— 
Rohei* M. a«8, 'wanran, USN, mn 
of Mr. and Mrs. Mitdhell Bias of 
1^ WakefieW Dr., Lvrmhaven, 
ims in^a<hiated from tte Radio- 
nuot School at the Nav^ l^ramtog 
Center, Baiirtwi^, Md. 

The 24-week school provides 
Students a background m eosn- 
munii^tions, and covered the ba- 
sic theOTy of eleotronics, t3» fun- 
dament of radio ooerating pro- 
cedures, and practical work as a 
radioman. 

JOSEF P. BRANOL 

FORT HOOD.Tex. <AHTNC>— 
Joi»f P. Brandl, wlwae wife 
Gudiun. lives at 437 Tory Rd., 
Vii^la Beach, has been promot- 
ed to :^)eciaM four at Foit Hood, 
Tex., where 1» is a men^r of 
(be Isi AmM>red Division. 

!^>eciftlist Biandl, assijQied to 
Trw)p B, Ist SquiKlron, M Ca^- 
ry, entered tJ» Army in Decem- 
ber 1961 and completed bs^c 
training at Fort Knox, Ky. 



n^md^ fflen 



WILLIAM R. SHIELD 

QUANnCA. VA. (FWUNO- 
Marin* Wakun R. SWeW, am of 
Ifr. jwd Mrs. F. Ray Shirid, Jr., 
of 3153 AdMH !&ding Rd., Viir- 
firaa B«Kli, was recOTitly grtdu- 
ated wMh the junior ptetoon le«l- 
en etass at «w Marine Corps 
Sctec^ Quu^x), Va. 

He w^ be eommMotted a 
m^ndi Ueiyt^wM in the Usrine 
Corpi wfaui toe » jpaAMted fttxm 
the coie^ he now attenda. Bach 
summer, sdeot^ coBe^ stadents 
are enroied mi Wie six-week 
com^ to prepare tt^m for fl^- 
tfffy Ufa. 

•Rw junior ptartoon ie^era 
cwr^ covera phywai conditton- 
ittg, unitary orientation and indi- 
vidttri ©sntoat tralmng. Tlie «»»• 
ior f>totoon leaders oouti», wWdi 
he wm tt'^Mid next aummer, cov- 
ers leadershio princioles, conrtwt 
tactics and 'the use of smai cwn- 
b^t units. 

TED D. ARRIN6T6N 

U. S. FORCES, GERMANY 
(AHTNC)— Arary^ Sert^mt Rrat 
Q^ Ted D. Arrin^lon. Whose 
wife, Mldred. lives ait 1800 Bailey 
Lane, Virginia Beach, provided 
suDDort in Germany for a recewt 
NATO field itrainin* exercii^, a 
part of Operation BIG UFT. 

Arrmpston. a wioply ^rgeamt 
in the 3Wth Quartermaster Brt- 
toBon's (Hewlquarters Detachnwot 
ne»" Giessen, e«ter«l ithe Pcna^ 
in 1940 and arriv»i overseie last 
i^aust on this tour of dutv. 

The serge'*!*! attended Waynes- 
v«ie N. C. High Scjwol. 

His nwdhCT, Mrs. Lucv M. Ar- 
rmfton, lives in Wayn^vilie, N.C. 

J. Q AAWURN. Jr. 

KBaSUIR AFB. MI'S.— .Tam^ 
0. Ambum Jr. of Virginia Beach. 
Va., im b^ promerted to air- 
man third dass in the United 
Stat^ Air Force. 

Airman An^um, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James O. i^bum Sr. 
of 3701 Penfietwi'Ave., Virginia 
Beacb, is presently a student t^ 
the Keesler Tedinical Trainii^ 
Center here. 

He is a jsaduate of 
Anne High School. 




JAMES L. McDonnell^ Jr. 

OUANTICO. VA. <FHTf<IC)— 
Marine James L. McCkan^^-, 
«jO of Marine Mwtw S«ge«rt 
ail Mwi. Jtmes L. McOonnea <A 
8120 Brinson km., Viftaw 
Beach, recenfly gmluirttd i»ili 
the ^nlor ptoUxm le*^ii ^sM «* 
the tteine Oo«|>s SAooli, Qiwn- 
tico, Va. 

He '^ be imssskiskxmm a 
second U«iten«it tai ttM Ibfioi 
Corps mien he te gndw^ed ft^fltt 
the <»11^ me now «tt«*di. Bich 
summer, a^cted coBege shKtertIi 
are «irofed in the fix^w^ek 

tary life.^' 

1^ ^ttior platoiHi tewMW 
«)urse «M^ra pl^^cil a**tk)fr 
ing. military orien'Won and Indi- 
vidual combat training. The tenior 
iHatwm l^ders wmJie, wWdi he 
wiH aWend fua& aunMn^", «>vera 
leadership principle, comhate tw- 
tics and the xxm of amai (»m)b^ 
units. 



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"WE SELL OR SERVICE IT" 

BEACH SERVICES 

422 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
428-7021 O^m 9 TO 9 

EASY BUDGET TRMS 



ROGER W. BOYLE 

US. FORCES. GBKM^^Y 
(AHTNC)— Army PFC Roger W. 
Boyle, ion of Mr. and Mrs. George 
W. Boyle. 7918 W. , Grove Rd., 
Virgima feadi, ano'cthe- mem- 
bers of fhe Seventh U. S. Army 
SuDonrt Command oarticip^sed to 
Exerciae UON VERT, ia centni 
Eurooe. 

LION VIET, a NATO eom- 
mand oost ex«H:ke, ww deaign e d 
to {»«cUce c(MnmunioaiU<»B md 
^aff procethir^ amoi^ ^ i^d 
forces defemteig imks^ Knt^M. 
The 4en-<k^ exerciae incAided 
flight mi^it»» t^ the aUied tiKh 
ticfcl air forcM. 

Boyle, a switdiboard opentor 
m Company A of the ccmuntBd'f 
;^th SiQiai l^tteUon. entered (!» 
Army m Auj^at 1961, competed 
basic trahung at F(»^ Jackaon, 
S.C, and arrived overaeaa in 
January 1962. 

The 19^year-old soldier attend- 
ed Princess Anne H^ Sdxwi. 

WILLIAM M. lee 
FORT ra^OX, Ky. (AHTflCy— 
Pvt. William M. Lee, son of Mr. 
and Mn. Verpon B. Lee. Vir^nia 
Beach, Va., h» cmnpMed m 
ei^t^eek clerical course ui|ter 
the Reserve Forces Act prognmi 
at the AfBiy Afmcn- Schofli; "*ort 
Knox, Ky. 

Lee was instructed m typing 
and in Anny corre^ndence {»t)- 
cedures. 

The 19-year old soldior ia a 
\W1 graduate of Prin^en AmM 
High School. 

DANIEL S. DUDLEY 
TAN SON NHUT AIRFIELD 
Viet Nam — Seccxid Lieutenant 
Daniel S. Dudley of Vireina 
Reach, is now on duty wkh a 
United States Air Force advisory 
unit assisting the armed force* 
of VkI Nam in their fi^t against 
Communist aggression. 

Lieutenant Dudley, a trans- 
»v>r^tion offfcer, and other 
USAF per^mnel train and assist 
Vietnamese Air Force personnel 
in mastering various technical 
specialties necessary for main- 
taining mo(tem military unite. 

The lieutmant, s(m of Mr, 
and Mrs. J. Bryan Dudley of 
Back Bay Station, Virginia Beach 
received his B.S. dw?ree from 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 



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I Ml « 1^. I an ^ ywrs dd. 
I have been a food ^1. My bro- 
tter wloti a toy ttiai^ ym. 

twe, Ginny 



Dear S«Has 

Daddy says that I have to write 
a letter riant now to y<xi or I 
will get only what's left over, but 
Myway here u« some (rf the 
tfiinp I want (if you can eet me 
thew certain thmp, A Barbie 
DoU case. A Midge l>ol!. And 
when ywi come I will leave my 
Chatty Cathy Doll out I did not 
kwrn Ae would m^ talk a^r I 
pm ter a bath. 

A Merry Christmas To You, 

Debbie 



City Area Out|(rows 
Holiday Doorway 
Deeorating Contest 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A cit^-wide Qjristmas doorway and 
decoraticNis oMitest will nm \x held this year because ol tt^ new 
city's sprawling boundaries. 

TTiis announ^meiM was made Tuesday by Mra. Jdhn FWd, 
president of the Virginia Beach Council oX Garden Gubs, the group 
that has previously sponsored 



How are you. On Christmas 
night I want a doll and a wach 
too. And I want too gives my 
motlwr a murk ooni. 

Your friend, Mary 



I would like any THING you 
iraiM to give me. 

Love, Suzie 



Dour SmMss 

I tope your little el^^ be ^)od 
and help you with your toys and 
toy slrap and make toys for chil- 
di^. I'm glad that you have a 
eood visit viskine all the children 
in the world. Don't forget my 

aanw DIANE I hope that 

you will bring me a big dog and 
• Oamy the skaten monkey and 
ska^. Santt you are the joHyest 
man lever saw. So fat and chub- 
by i^>B kH^ beard. I will lave 
3^ il ovnge and a afH^e and 

mmy leimlMrs ym hav^. Wefl 
ril have to liwive you iww don't 
'OTget to write. 



I want a watch, and I want a 
dreuB bouse, my Daddy want a 
cadiflac. 

\j3m Gloria 



Dear Saate Claiis: 

— 1 1WH1I4 like a Puppett tree- 
na lot Cbr^tmas. I would like a 
chami^rey set b<^ my mother 
•ays I m^t blow up uie house. 
I will leave you some milk aod I 
am not sia& what yoa can have 
to eat yet I tope jnm have a 
happy Oiristmas ami a happy 
New Year. 

Your frie^, Maureen 



I am sending you my list for 
this year. I would like a Pu{m- 
trina uid a bike, a pair <rf skates 
a paniting set uid a stove. If I 
ask for to much don't bring all 
of them. But if I (kuiH ask tot 
encn^ bring me more. 

Your friend, Karen 



Dc«r. Mr. CfaHu. 

I like your pretty reindeer. I 
am going to leabe some cubes <A 
mpit out for your reindeer. I 
am going to leabe some milk and 
cookies for yaa. 

Love. Janet 

BOTTOM IS FIRE 
VOLUNTEER HEAD 

fLAZA — R<Aert D. BottiMn 
was named preside of the Prin- 
c«s Anne VoUiirtwr Fire D^. 
in the srrotin's annual dectton of 
officers held at the fire MMion 

Other officers defied to the 
1964 term are: Vice-wi^deirt, J. 
Coo!^: Recording Seeretar, R. 
Klri^d: CcMTiienMivi&M? Seo%- 
terv. G. HOI; and Hre Oilef, B. 
Todd. 

jM«0((»rs A. NM^ and R. Y<m 
nm^ re-elected to the board Itis 
thr^-vtrar t^ms. New ft«disf 
are: C. Ifiteh^ lor a three-y«r 
term; R. Vyen, two yiwrs; and 
A. Bedanra, tnm fme. 

the d«iu<iMnt pm a taety 
0ma to ort-Koing fire <Mer 
be MffTeD nAp to leavl^ tiie 



such a contest, 

"The enormity <rf the area that 
is now Virginia Beach makes 
this an almost impossible task," 
Mrs. Field explained. "The Judg- 
es would never be aWe to cover 
all actions and it would not be 
fair to limit die e»veragc." 

This p^wlar emniMHtion 
standi a dhmet ef baing rt- 
nMfMi next year, hov^vvr. 
Mrs. PlaM said she has b«Mi 
swanked wifh oills from p«r> 
sans ^tiflg about th* cofrtast. 

"There has been so much dis- 
appointment over the cancella- 
tion of this annual event that I 
plan to bring it up before the 
Council at the next meeting to 
see if the members wcxild like to 
resume the cmitest next year," 
Mrs. Field said. 

Certain areas will not be com- 
pletely out of luck this year since 
some of the garden clubs, com- 
munity leagues ami developers 
are planning their own contests. 

Included in this limited ju(^- 
ing will be: 

Kenpsville 

A do<Mway and mantle contest 
will be held among members erf 
the Kemfsville Garden Club. 
This includes 32 homes, most 01 
them located in KerapsvUle 
^ ts. ^ie ilK^^ wW *be 
ctene Dec. 26 at 10:30 am. by 
membere (rf the Cardinal Gstrden 
Club. 

nraroii^aod 

The Th«ottRh^3od Garden 
Qub will also limit its contest to 
its members, HAa all. Tlw iudg- 
ing will take fdace Dk. 26 at 
10 a.m. with another club doing 
the honors. Mrs. Betty Bradbury 
is chairman. 

BMhwood 

All arras of the Biichwood 
commuiuty will be judged in a 
doorway (x>nt^t to be sponsored 
bv the Birchwood Garden Club 
Dec. 23. 

Thalia 

The Thalia Garden Club held 
its community - wide doorway 
judging Wednesday yi'ith mem- 
bers of the Lynnhaven Garden 
Club serving as judges. Mrs. 
James Craig was chauinan. 
UakhoTB Park 

TTie Linktom Park Garc^ 
Club will h<Md the judging of its 
SO^ome member's hom^ cm De- 
cember 27 starting about dark. 



G«vernor To 
Help Deilicate 
New Coal 



NORFOLK — The new General 
Cargo pier and facilities at Lam- 
berts Point, Norfolk, will be dedi- 
cated at oeremoniei to be held 
in the trai^ died (rf New Pia- 
'T" commencing at 4 pjn. on 
Tuesday, January 21, 1964; the 
first project in the Authority's 
long range prognun for expansion 
and improvwnart <rf pneral car- 
go tenninal fieflMa ai. Has^n 
'Itoads poi^. G&^mx Hanason 
will of&aate at ^mt ^remoni^. 

Invit^ons to ^ ceremonies 
and a i^jei*ion to toSkm have 
been extended to SmAois ^rrd 
aod Robertsm, and B^Keseota- 
tives Harcfy and Downiiv; mem- 
b@rs at the Viiftnta ^gisbfture, 
^te offidals, Vku^ift taoA mm- 
em RaOw^ offiddi^ thyors of 
Vli^nia iMft ^a^ ttmiOim in- 
IttMli mA mrmt emu^imi, 
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King's Grant 

Under the sponsorship of the 
King's Grant Community League, 
a light-up contest is sch^ul^ 
Sunday to sel^t the best all 
around house and yard, most 
ou (striding doorway and mo^ 
original display. Iliis will be 
a)mmunity-wicte. 

ChMopeian Ctriony 

The Oiesopeian Colony Gar- 
den Club will hold a doorway 
(fccorations contest Dec. 27 
with members of the Bfa-dn^k 
Point Garcten Club serving as 
judges. 

Bay CfAtmy 

The Bay Shore Garden Club 
will select the most attractive 
outdoor Christmas display on 
Dec. 26. The judging will be 
limked to the club's membership, 
about 30 in all. 

Great Neck 

Members of the Great N«;k 
Gar(kn Qub, ' involving about 
20 homes, will compete in a. 
dooTw&y content. Judges from 
the Broad Bay Colony Garden 
Club will select the winners Sat- 
uniay. 

BirdMck Point 

The Birdneck Point Garden 
Club will m^m jac^ Ae tomes 
of its more flian 55 membws. 
Jy^*«li»3ttMWL^:,27 




264 Holds Key . 



Members of the Service Award committee make plans for Bosses' Night. Left to right: C. E. 
Harris; Larry Wicks, co-chairman; Joe Buck; and Dick Walker. (Baldwin photo) 



Toutb Dies 
From Injury 

PRMOESS ANNE — Pemell 
McDonald Boone, 15, died early 
&to2^ in Norfolk Gemral Hos- 
pital of injuries received Friday 
evening when he wm struck by 
a car. 

The youth was walking east, 
feeing traffic, near his home on 
Princess Axm^ Road when he was 
struck by a car heactog we^. The 
accident occurred at 7:16 p.m. 
just ea^ of Providence Drive. 

Roger W. Gardner, 34, of the 
2000 block of Oxford Road, Ches- 
apeake, was charged with man- 
slaugl^r and drunken driving 
following the accident. 

C. H. Itothaway was the investi- 
gating officer. 



Ocean Road 
Study Gets 
Go-Ahead 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The traf- 
fic engineering firm 9! Wilbur 
Smith & A^ociates has been au- 
thorized to prepare a feasibility 
study for a proceed oceanfront 
toU-4i>ad between Virginia Beach 
and NimTs Head, N.C., according 
to ^(hiey S. Kellam, (diairman of 
the Virginia Coastal Turnpike au- 
thority. 



■ ■ ^tflaniil^d the finn is «xpec- 
ted to hai^ working m the study 
jjnmedtat^. 

A road along the 57-mlle beach- 
fri»it has been envisioned for 
many years but previous attempt 
to put the road through n»t with 
financing difficulties. 

The project was revival re- 
ceirtly when North Carolina reac- 
tivated its Turnpike Authorfty and 
Virginia governor Albertis S. 
Harrison, ir. followed suit, nam- 
ing Kellam chairman of the Vir- 
ginia body. 

Other membeits of the Virginia 
group are Frank W. Cox and No- 
land Chandler. George R. Good- 
win, of Raleigh, is chairman of 
the North Carolina group and 
Vernon James and Baxter T. Wil- 
Uams, Jr. are members. 



EROSION HEAD HERE 
ANSWERS ARMY CHARGE 



VIRGINIA iBIEACH — Erosion 
Commission chairman E. H. 
Church expressed criticism Tues- 
day of a letter from the Army 
district engineer concerning the 
conuniSBion's "low rate" of beach 
replentehment. 

A letter to Church from Col. 
R. H. Free charged that the com- 
mission's sand pumping program 
was behind schedule and indi- 
cated that the problem could lead 
to a curtailing of federal partici- 
^ti<xa. 

The letter iras reMl at the eom- 
mission's meeting Tuesday aliwg 
i^h a draft of Ourch's reply. 
In answer. Church said, "The low 
level of efftetive pumping time in 
the past several months was due 
to a niiniber of unusual drcum- 
sitances." His letter also stated that 
the amnniasion expects to reach 
its goal <rf 130,000 cubic yards of 
^itable nwterial placed on the 
beach by July 1964. 

A 25-year replenishment pro- 
gram, recommended by the army 
and ibegun by the city la^t July, 
estimates a cost of $114,500 for 
each of the first two years. Under 
the program the federal govern- 
ment would pay half of the cost. 
But the first government money 
is not expected until the last half 
of 1964. 

Free stated in his letter that the 
"low rate of production has the 
effect of raising the unit cost of 
placing suitable material on the 
beach to a point where it could 
approach the cos* of performing 




One Down Two To Go On Lights 



BAYSiDE — Tlie city has com- 
I^led tte Inrtallatioo of traffic 
1^2^ at the firrt of three int^- 
Kcttom on the approach road to 
tte ^Ktapcake ^y Brid^Tun- 

WM, of ih6 In^Kve^taH to be 
efi^Sai with the li^ita la B9^ 



108 where it cross^ Pleaaire 
Hoiue And. ligMs are also being 
tei^lled at the ii^^^ection of 
JMk FrtOt B<»d and at Shore 
IMve. 

'SaMy Bureau Chtef R^es 
Johnson mA the UgMs irt Pleasure 
Hmus ^0^ went ii^ opention 
TMHlay Dtfjt. The U^lB wU al- 



low tnaffk to flow fr^y on 166, 
stopping traffic on^ when driv- 
ers wish to turn or pa^ through 
the intersection. 

Tlie eight sigpai heads are ac- 
tuated by a condun^on of radar 
d^ectors, left turn mats and mag- 
i^ic <tetediOiB. , 



the work by alternate means. 

"Once this point is excee^d, I 
question the propriety of the fed- 
eral government to continue to 
participate financially in the pro- 
gram unless corrective measures 
are taken." 

Joseph McDonald, engineering 
consultant, said pumping time was 
lost because of a major equip- 
ment overhaul. "If we get 130,000 
cubic yards of good material — or 
if we approach that figure — ^this 
is as high a beach level as we 
should try for," he said. 

Church, in lua. letter sMedr 
"the cotiimission will be highly 
gratified It the financial burden 
of malMaining the beach Is to be 
mitigated by the federal a^ia^ 
tanee. 

"But it has not, nor can tt, in 
consideration of its responsibility 
to the city and the state, project 
its progrson beyond those bud- 
getary limits in anticipation of 
such assistaiKe after the fact." 

P.A. Class 
May Go To 
Europo 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Vir- 
ginia Beach School Board gave Hs 
permisssion Tuesday to the Prin- 
cess Anne High School Spanish 
Department to proceed with plans 
for a trip to Spain next spring. 

They approved the flight to and 
from Spain but stressed that the 
board would not \x financially 
responsible and that the trip toe 
properly supervised by adults. 

The department is tentatively 
planning the trip during next 
spring vacation. The group would 
leave March 21 and return March 
30. They would fly by Iberia Air- 
lines for an esltimated co^ of 
about $3^ each. 

It was understood that the trip 
would J}e open to parents and stu- 
dents of other high schools in Vir- 
ginia Beach as well as those from 
Princess Anne. 

Also at Turaday's meeting, 
School Supt. Frank W. Cox told 
the board that the opening of 
bids on the proposed Rotoins 
Comer elementary »:hool ia being 
delayed. 

'We are concerned ^boui what 
t^e new road, Indepmdence Bou- 
levard, will do to tbe school site 
and we irant to see wl»t the un- 
pad of that will be," he said. 

No date was given as to when 
the bids will be opened. 

MESSIAH ON TV 

A fafovision t^N playbadc 
of Hi* Mataiak as prwanHd 
hara en Dae. • •» llw Ahn ■. 
ShapaH ChHe €«itor wM |m 
••an en WVEC-TV, ChaniMl 13, 
Chriitmas iva frem 11:1S pjm. 
•a 12:15 sjn. 



Toll Road May 
Open Earlier 
Than '67 Date 

VIRGINIA BEACH~The Norfolk- Virginia Beach toll road 
could be opened almost a year earlier than the opening dale jwrc- 
dicted Friday by the State Highway Department. Suffolk Distri^ 
Highway commissioner Richard S. Holland said Wednesday that if 
worlc is speeded up on Interstate 264, the toll road could open in 
the fall of 1966. 



Interstate 264 is a spur which 
will take both toll road traffic 
and Interstate 64 traffic into 
downtown Norfolk. Highway au- 
thorities have said that the feasi- 
bility of the toll rc»id is depend- 
ant on the spur. 

But Holland said if ihc spur 
were opened as far as Briunble^ 
ton Ave. in 1966, the toll road 
could open then. The Highway 
Dept. Friday gave 1967 as a like- 
ly target date for the toll facility. 
Preliminary estimates that the 
road would be ready in 1965 



OOC Adds Far 
East Course 

NORFOLK — "The Contem- 
porary Far East" will be one of 
a group of six new courses to be 
added to Old Dominion College's 
adult education non-credit courses 
for the second quarter t^ the 
fimmg Ccik^c^ ^-^^ .,.,: 1_. 

The first three meetings of tte 
cla^ will pro\dde the backgrouiMi 
of East Aaan cultures, emphasiz- 
ing those aspects in which they 
differ from the Wert: namely, 
philosophy, reli^m, social struc- 
ture, and economy. ITw Republi- 
can Revolution, the rise of the 
Kuomintang, the Japanese inva- 
sion, the rise and success of the 
Communists, and the current sit- 
uation as it exists on Taiwan and 
the Mainland will be covered in 
the next three meetings. The final 
meetings will consider Japan's 
develppmei^ and contemporary 
situation as well as the current 
situation in Korea and Indochina. 

The cour% will be taught by 
Dr. William J. Schellings, pro- 
fe^or of hi^ory and director of 
graduate study in history. Dr. 
Schellings spent the summer of 
1963 at Tunghai University in 
Taichung, Formora as a FuSiright 
Scholar. He visited a number of 
areas in the Far East before his 
return to the States. 

Tha Gouna will run from 
January 8 through March 11 
and will be tauqhf on Wednes- 
days from 7:30 p.m. to 9:15 
p.m. in Library, Room 206. 

Additional new courses and in- 
structors for the second quarter 
include: "Conference and Group 
Leadership", Professor H. P. Ei- 
senhuth; "Practical Home Garden- 
ing", Fred Heutte; "Engineering 
Refresher Course", School of En- 
gineering staff; "An Introduction 
to Chemistry", Or. Robert Huf- 
stedler; and "Mathematics Re- 
view", John A. Blair. 

Courses continuing into the 
second quarter which were of- 
fered for the first time in Orto- 
ber are: Masteroieces of World 
Literature. Mrs. Margaret Daugh- 
ertv; The Worid of 19W, Dr. Geo. 
William Whitehuret; Interior 
Decorating, Neal Thomas; Intro- 
duction to Oil Painting, Mrs. Flor- 
ence Zetlin; "The Apostte Paul", 
Dr. Andrew Tunyogi. New sub- 
ject matter not covered in the 
first quarter will be offered in 
each of these subjects. New stu- 
dents will find the courses of in- 
terest since each quarter is plan- 
ned as an individual unit. 

Itegistration by mail for all of 
the non-cr«lit courses will be ac- 
cepted in the Evening College Of- 
ficf through Friday, December 
20. Additional information may be 
obtained by calling ttw E^ning 
College, Ext. 76. 



were called "unrealistic." 

The department also an- 
nounced Friday that the toil road 
will cost an estimated $27 mU- 
lion instead of the $21 milluHi 
anticipated earlier. 

The h^her cost reflet^ im- 
provements in design \^ich m- 
clude a median tbiu. will perniit 
future widening of the four-lane 
route to six lanes, and lorig^ 
bridges ov^ intersecting r(^- 
ways. The bridges will be lcm| 
enough to permit widening ol 
the routes over which they will 
pass. 

The originally * planned 25- 
cent toll for cars will n<A be 
changed. 

The State Highway Commis- 
sion gave tl» go ahead for die 
toll road project earlier this yewr. 
Since then field inspections have 
been complete on more than 
two-thirds of the route. Right-of- 
way negotiations are underway 
for more than (»w-third. And m- 
gotiations are ip begin for an- 
other tlurd of thiien^h withia a 

The departmekt now expects 
to request consmiction bids next 
June 1, open tlwm on July 1, and 
then sell reveniK bomis 4yiit 
award the contract by July 30. 



Ferrell Is 
Top Producer 




WILLIAM B. FERRELL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — William 
B. Ferrell, CX.U., of Virginia 
Beach, placed fifth in the nation- 
wide field organization of the 
Home Life Insurance Company, 
New York, for his ordinary life 
insurance sales results in Nov^n- 
ber. 

Mr. Ferrell joined Home life 
in 1946 after previous life insur- 
ance experience. He is associated 
with the company's Riclmumd 
a^ncy mana^ by Robert N. 
Fuleihan. 

A 16-tiflje winner of the insur- 
ance industry's Nitional Quality 
Award, Mr. Ferrell is a comistent 
qualifier for (Home Life's Quali- 
fied Field Underwriter d^gio- 
tion for outstanding 'flann^ Sa- 
tales" service to pc^c^wners. 

Mr. Ferrell, who is a life mem- 
ber of the Million DoUar Rraad 
Table, also holds the CbariezBd 
Life Uncterwriter ^^nation. A 
graduate of Virginia mttary to- 
stitute, he is a memba^ d #mi 
VM.L Chib. He serped » a U. 
Col. in the Air Foroe te WnM 
Warn. 

Mr. rmm reddM vtth 
^mily at 213 ttlil S^mL 




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2^ Wataworb Road at Robbins Dsrner 

49a) Virginia Be^ Blvd. at Aragona Village 

l^ 9 A.M. to 1 P.H.-^FtW^ aftenooo - 4 to 7 P.M, 



The *Y' of It 




Wedding! 




If you are dreadiiig the after 
cauistmis lirt^h, |he "Y" ^ 
just the thing £> peiic you up! 
The winter i«i^ of Uie Ladi^' 
Day Out pfoswm y0 ti^ join. 
Registratibaj w&l tNe» WM tiw 
middle of Januaiy. A sneak pre- 
^ew of imK of the new d«y and 
evening a>ed d^mi to be iMd 
are as follows: d^Uiirii, F^Q'^i- 
ogy In BrcrsNky livl^ ft«n% 
Photognqriiy, Drama WdM^ 
Charm, Ymir RiMse— l^ie idid 
Out, Foreips C^Mng, TiU^li^ 
^peal^ng witti ^i^ I^QrcMjii^ 
ami tihe Woman, «id CI^ <^a«. 

Hie ^me old i^d-%t that AMi 
always cec^Kstod iHQ Ki offtred: 
Bridge, iOBiae^ Art, flWite A^ 
ran^g and ddte Iteconting. 
Oasses iHl} te hM In tiie i^p^ 
tiv« conmuim^ of ICei^^vffie, 

i^Qolnmni for informMion a^Mit 
n^ JB^^of pfQpam la U^. 

ex^jw. fc^ i& "t' mm, 

to pJaoe your nanMi on oor ttodl- 
hii ^ Cw.& bi^hure. 
YiiVCA Ca fW iiu - 

H<mtay. I^^ort>er 23, 7:15 
p.m., Y-tfeens sag Christmaii ek- 
ols at Janaf Shopping Center. 

Wednesday, Dedeml)er 25— 
Merry Ouistmas to All. 

Garden Club 
Holds Meeting 
At VEPdO BIdg. 

VIRGiNIA BEAOH — The Car- 
dinal Garden Clut) hek! its De- 
cember meeting at the Vepco 
where Mrs. I^y Jo Cuirah 
showed slides of Christeas liv- 
ings and decoration. Sie also pre- 
pai%d and served Itmch earning 
out the holiday Uleas. 

]fen^i3 of the dab t(»k ar- 
rangements interpreting "Christ- 
mas Carols" and "Vlatons of Si- 
garplums". 

Mrs. IE. F. Blake and Mrs. Renn 
awarded iribbcffli to Mrs. Dwiltid 
Boltens,JI«. <aftlon fbitaa*, Mra. 
avin Murd^ Mrs. Aibn Fi^ 
Mra. Irvin Upson, Mre. C. P. 
Fittoii, Mrs. W. C. Blaman ajid 
Mrs. Charles Rrad. 

Arrangemeirts wei« msit for 
the cocktail party for ttw Jbi» 
bamis ta be ^Id tcaag^ tnm 6 
to 8 p.m. at tbe Imoe of Dr. 
sad Mrs. John Andersm. 

The January meeting will be at 
the home of Mra. Ciordon Potter. 

Personal Mention 

Miss Peggy Norfleet of 8Wi St. 
Virginia Beach, has left by air, 
for Houston, Texas, to speiMi tije 
Christmas holidays with hw sl^er 
and brother-in-kw, Mr. and Mrs. 
C.Robert Wick 




POOiM — WARD 

wed<flBg o| 

Poodl and 01 

ViiJ^iS Beai 

at % prA, ^ 

ilH Chtuth. T^ "^M i ^i^y wast 

jwrftrnMby t^^r. I^. fi«^ 

tffii 9^. firowfij ^irtiiif. 

llie bride is the dau^rter at 
%, and Mn. fleiyd Jrator S^k. 
lla bddegn^ ft ^ mi ^ 
sn. O^rge Davtd Wfi^ of V^ 
mm Bea(^ and the late Mr. 

i^d. 

"^ IM^ Whs 1^*101 is jfaar 
ria|^ ^ ber ti^m. IDs MUoi 
Aletie P(M>le of Albi^, Ga., was 
l»r sister's maid of lH»or. toides- 
WU^ we» lUs muila Tatim 
IM WIS c^dite "mm of vm- 
million; 1^^ Gall Waid ot Vli- 
1^ |ta#i, ^rter gf ttw brkSe- 
0m[ lbs. Roteh tufy And- 
rews, aao^r iM/^ of ttie bride, 
a^ Mrs. i^ KnXO^ Wa^, 1^ 
telie% iMen Mii Suan l^aMda 
Fboie, im J^lor bricteanald. 
t^iA Poole wiM ring 
and Karen Deidse I^le 
was flower ^L 

t^mn Benson of Charlotte ms 
best man. Groonuanen were Wil- 
liam ^ptsue of Ral^i, Jerry 
,Ru^ and i^th Ijsmbert of ^^- 
Jai^un, Gmm^ Ward of Dur- 
ban, Bei^amin fYankUn ^ &$^ 
I^bM, and Jam^ L. V^xit, iM&er 
of the laide. 

A reo^oc tn^ beld tt tile 
church social hall. hAf tar a wad- 
ding trip to Sea Mand, Ga., the 
couple win live in Greenvilte. 



11» bridegrocm is a son (rf Mr, 
HanlMn Jr. 

mm 





BOONI — BiCK 

mmOiK — im Llmla Jean 
Boone t>ecanM the bri<k of James 
Ralph Beck Saturday at 2:^ p.m. 
m the Ooean View Pi«id]oterian 
Churdl. Tht Rev. I^. B. Stuart 
Grizzard of Richmoiid, formerly 
of Norfolk performed the double 
ring <%reniony. 

The bride is the daoghter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. ^ne of 
Norfolk. The bridegroom is tlM 
son of Mrs. llieodore F. Geoi^ 
and Ralph W. Bedc of IMIois, 
Pa. 

The bride was ^en in mar- 
riage by her fMher. ^e k»d as 
her maUl of h<mdt Mbs Ki^lrine 
Marie Welfcrock. Mlss.MargM-et 
Kares BoMe, ns^ of the teide, 
was l»ideanaid. Ifisses Judy and 
Kathy Boone, also dsters of the 
bride, 'wen junior brideaJoaidi. 

£. C, Holland <d Sremming, 
Ga., was best man. Gnxniin)^ 
were Jao^s Sykes of DtiiBoiS, 
Hiimnan Mooi^ of Vizginla Beach 
and Harry Carlisle of Norfolk 

A reception was held in the 
church swdal hall. After a short 
wedding trip, the coa|^ will li\% 
^at 10 Pollock min, Vk^sdM 
Beach., 

QARNER — HARRISON 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Old Do- 
nation Episcopal Chur(^ was Ok 
seitiB^ Sshirday at 5:^ p.m. tu- 
tlw marriage of Miss Leshe Anne 
Gamer to John Roy Hanison IB.. 
The Rev. Beverly O. Tucker Jr. 
officiated. 

The taide is a <S»i^rter of Mr. 
and Mrs. William IH^ry Gam^. 



flMdd 



hadM 
as beM man. Groomnnai w«re 
Wayiw Hairi«m, tsotber of the 
bri(^«om and Gary Jm^. 

After a recepUon hi tte h^sie 
U the bride, ^2^ 1^ Woods 
Road, the eouplte Mt for a wed- 
dmg trip to Watfungton, D£. 



NORFOLK — Wllowwood 
Presbyterian Church was the set- 
ting Sirfurday at 4 pM. to* tlk 
marriage of Mrs. Hden L. Cventt 
and Meriwether K^nston AH. The 
Rev. H^Jert fWton, |«utor, per- 
formed the aiteni!^. 

The bride is a daui^ter of Mrs. 
Alfred J. Lamoreaux and the late 
Herbert C. Jarvls. 

The bridegroom is the soo of 
Mrs. Meriw«^Uier Wiiuion Jr. of 
Virginia Beach. 

Ihe bride had has aMer, BIrs. 
Edward Herbert, as matron of 
honor. Edward Herbert was be^ 
man. 

A r^^ption was held in the 
churdi social hall. After a wed- 
ding trip the couple wiU live at 
7339 W. Kenmore Drive, Norfolk. 



Card Party Aids Ho^ital 





Christmas Check List ^ 



-^ tmil mummb min f» 

V HANESHOSlaV 

V CASHMERE ^«^TeM 

V FURftOAS 

^ UNGKIEANDRC^ 

V HAWBAGS 



Abe A CM|Mc CpHe^M (X 



GiCH Fram Ow CUUImm lontlq i ia 



"F« tlie W^man Wlia Carrt ^1* She WAm" 



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▼ Ryu Ha BVWMl 



BAmST — TAYLOR 

ARUNGTON — Mr. and Mrs. 
Thomas Goocte Baptist of Arimg- 
ton and Virginia Beach, announ(% 
the marriage of their daughter, 
Miss Suianne BaptiA, to Charies 
ArUmr Taylor IE. 

Mr. Taylor is the son of Cdr. 
and Ute. Charies Arthur Taylor 
Jr. of Alexandria, formerly of 
Norfolk. He is the grandson of 
Mr. and Ifirs. James Elliot m Nor- 
folk 

The wedding took place Oct. 4 
in RockviUe, Md. 

The bride attended Fairfax Hall 
and Merrymount i^hools. The 
bridegroom attended the int^iia- 
tional School in Copenhagen Den- 
maric, aiul griKhiated from M^my 
Hi^ School in 1961. He is a jun- 
ior at Randolph Macon College. 
"Hie ample is living at 20 Duncan 
St., A^and. 



Engagements 

HARBISON — OOLBSBY 

MORGANTOWN, N.C. — Mr. 
and Mrs. William A. Harbison an- 
nounce the engagement of tii^ 
dau^ter, Ififfi I^Mcia Mby i^k^ 
bison, to Donald McClain Ogleal^. 

Mr. O^^y is t)ai son of lifir. 
and Mrs. tliillip K. Ogto^ of 
Vir^nia Beach, Va. (He is a grad- 
uate ^dent at flie Unlver^ of 
North Candida. 

Ihe w<eddii$ wiU take place 
Jan. 26, 1964. 



CREECH ~ HOLLEY 

VaClNIA BEACH — Mr. and 
Mrs. Vernon P. Creech announce 
the engagement of their dau^rier. 
Miss Sharon Kay Creech, to David 
Carlisle HoUey Jr. , 

Mr. HoUey is the son of Mrs. 
rtlldied P. Holley and the late 
David Cariisle Holley. 

Mr. Holley is a gnuluate of Nor- 
view High School. He is attending 
Old pominion College, where he 
is a member of On«ga I^ Sigma 
fraternity. 

The weddmg will take place 
{^ 30 m W«^ Menurial 
Me^k>dM diurdL 



Un tony Mar^ preadent of the Welcome Wagon Ou^ 
turns over a check for $116 to W. m\ Willis, a<tarinirti^r ^ 
Uie G^eral Holpital of Virgnla Beach. The moMy was mm to 
tta hoipital drive % a card party which the di* ^msw^ wt 
monUi. (Bddwm Photo) 



For Womea (My— 

As I See It By Awimy Snritfi 



One of the excitlftg events of tl» Christmas hcdidays Is the 
selection, purchase, and decoration of the famity Christnaas trro. 
Its seteoUon can be simple or difficult, depending on what mm 
knows about its chara<^ristics. Its pre^nce in tte home can bring 
J<ty or wrrow— or even tragedy— depending on the care token wik 
it. 

Some-<Ajaict^istics of a Gooi ChrUttmas Tp^ are: 

1. CkM ^edte-holdmg idiilify. 

2. Attra^ve color.. 

3. A ^ boahy appearam:e. 

4. Synonetrical and cmkal in ^ape. 

5. A "pin^" fragance. 

6. Branches sturdy enough to hold oman»i^ a^ gi^. 

7. Reasonable resistance to ignition. 

After you have made your selection,, there are several poli^ 
to remember in caring for your tree: 

1. If possible, be sure that the tree of your choice is fi«ihly 
cut. It will look better, keep hettei*, have a more pleasairt odor, ai^ 
will be more fire resl^kant. 

2. Stand it outside with the butt end in a bucket of wirter in 
the shade and out of tlw wind wl^n brought home. 

8. When it is ready to be brought inside, cut an inch m so 
off the base wdth a slanting cut. 

4. Fiaoe m a Christinas tree stand Uiat has a wster reservoir. 
Totur tree wm absoib about a quart of water a day. Maintaining the 
moisture in Qw needks and branchlels is what ke^s up its fire 
resistance. KEEP TT WATESRED. 

5. Put the tree m the cooled part of the iwwn, awi^ ftrom 
radiators, stoves, fire places, T.V. jets, air ducts and lim»ps- Heat 
ai^ drafts tend to- dry out the ne^es. 



Obft^osMiig o Br$^t^ with Botox 



A Miss surely diite't mitt by 
t^ccxmi^ a Mn. iSo ^y mm out 
^ ^A recei^h^ pli^per ore- 
M fot yom wi^ un^r sxial 
seouity. Oiaq^ your name, 
bo^ on yow Kwial security card 
and on y«ir social security tec- 
Qtd. VisH or can ywa tockX so- 
J ^f^ security ofttce. 




«v«?Sr^?l«^ ^ ??25 b'« iore if you persist in standing 
°^^ ft? ^^ and scrubbmg each p ece separately. Try the 
ifh..'^ n k' f""^ ^t^3' ^ » mechanic^ dishwMhe? Sit 
hJL" i H '*°"^ methodically to get equally good results. 
^^'i!!?^*^ proceed. After scraping and rinsing dishei put 
S^.^i® *'«,*"?^ but not sfected. scattered, so that ymx 
l'*r!r^"f solution will get a whack at all Surfaces. Add a 
^h of deterfent and a half cup of the new pure borax. The 
J^rfi^u'"'^-^?'**P^ '^*»''^«« ^n'l any^ dried on food 
^^r'^i?^ f"^^^ H .t»»e rinse. And being a aister product of 
your old famUiar friends, Arm & Hammer baking soda and 
^1 concentrated, you know that borax delivers. Now 

you can fill up the smk with good hot water and go about 
other household business. When you return to sink-side all 
you have to do u drain out the wash water, splash rinse water 
over dfilhes and retire them to the drtih ra<!k to dry. 

If you ve lulled pots and pans with the borax solution tlM» 
too wijl be ready to rinse and d^. ' 




39^9 ^HmIiMR AfS. 




cpo wifis ruLE 

t>ARn DECEWER 28 

.NOMOiaC — The Ch»f Wives 
Club of the Navd Air StMion will 
held a Chri^nas larty Dec. 28 
at 7;30 p.m. at the Chief Petty 
Officer's Ctab. 

Mrs. Rrany Stevens, pi^site^ 
is ac(^^,se^rvatiotts and my 
be C0|ite^id »t 497^560. 

— "-^ — 

BmTHS 

Mr. ii4Ma^Zgms^'W. H^^ikms 
Jr. aahqi|h<^ ^ birtb irftteir 
first, ch^,„a^ dau^et j^wn 
Wgh, M I^c,15 ia Norfolk Gen- 
!^I^^. ilrs. Jiopkli* is ti» 
finttrt' "^.iniyUis Jkiewon^ 
a«y^, ot Itr. and m^. VWip 
Q. ^^i 0f Vhtfnia Beach. 
Mr. £|o^os is tlM son «f M^ i^ 
to. 2. W. HojAaas of Nwftat 



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PH 



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Croup Rii^g Xmm Jof To Teens 




Party 




tor W9^ •wach-boddliv in 
thif wDuiHly atyled w«tar-t»« 
fatksA c9Bt worn by Mlw 
Amerle* 19I8, JscQaelyn 
l^iqrw. Vntli » ^-itt ttilBC 
Khd ET«rgbuttfs MbIous fti< 
Ml, it'« nmO^ tot fair «r tmA 



--"V'HH 



Mra. Paul Caplan, Norfolk Director, Volunteer Service Bureau, 
arid Mrs. L. G. Smith, Virginia Beach staff assistant, look over some 
of the 5(X) items collected by the group for distribution to teenagers 
wh(Me families are on public assistance. The gifts, donated by local 
community and youth organizattons, were distributed Saturday 
through the Virginia Beach Welfare Dept. (^Idwln photo) 

MalibuClub 
Yule 
December 28 

MAI^U — The MalilMi Gar- 
den Club held their December 
meeting recently at the home of 
Mrs. A. B. Treakle. Co-hoistess was 
Mrs. C. H. Noce. 

Mrs. S. G. Ireland, guest speak- 
er, demonstnrted to the club the 
many l)eautiful doorway arrange- 
ments to be used at Christmas- 
time. She stated that important 
facs to remember were that in 
decorating the outside of your 
home, to keep tiie decorations in 
■^ harmony with the architectural 
structure of the house, use good 
quality materials and be original. 

Packages waee judged by the 
Chesepieon Garden Club. Ribbons 
were awarded to Mra. D. L. Brit- 
tingham, Mrs. A. K. Pederson, 
Mrs. W. E. Smiley, Mrs. C. A, 
. Clayton, Mrs. D. F. Wiggins, Mrs. 
T. S. Bryant and Mrs. T. B. 
Semans. 

Mrs. C. H. Noce announced that 
the club's annual Christmas din- 
ner dance will be held on Decem- 
-ber 28 at the Oceana Chiefs' Club, 
beginning at 7 p.m. 

The next meeting will be ■held 
on January 14th at the home of 
Mrs. W. E. Smiley, 3ft28 Kim Ter- 
race. 

Mr. R. Hanna of the Hanna 
Garden Center, Inc. will be guest 
speaker and will lecture on "Gen- 
eral Horticulture". 

CHESOPEIAN CLUB 
HOLDS YULE PARTY 

OBESOPEIAN — The Chesope- 
ian Colony Garden Club held its 
annual Christmas party Saturday 
night at the home of Mr. and Mn. 
William Heflin. 

Mrs. lorin Hay was chairman. 

Cocktails were ^rved starting 
at 6:30 p.m. followed by a buffet 
dinger and dance. 

BE YOUR OWN SANTA 

Consult Our Dentist 

For A NEW 

set of teeth 

No Appointment 
Necessary 





GIFT IDEA— A plain apothe- 
cary jar from the dime store 
f»n be turned into a decorative, 
gift \Mtn with cotton trim. G1im| 
bands of regular size Wrifrhfa, 
ricltraclf around jar with points' 
touchtnf. To make leaves, shim 
■even points of jumbo riekrack 
and leave center circle open. 
Glue small artificial flowers, 
ever leaves and then to Jar. 



Annual Tea 
Held ey CJ. 
WeHHm's Club 



BAYSB* — fht W«naB's 
Clut> of Chwuwrtri' Beaeh h^ 
its regular Dwnaton' meting in 
the Bayade Chrirtiaii ClMin:b en 
Tueach^, Deem$)^ 10. t1» ta^ 
tional Chilioaaa Tea •mu s«ew& 
to tlw nwnbers ami ^r ^«rti. 

TTie <hub's Ctal^nas ti^iew- 
lent proems consisted of a ^ 
cash gift, to ^at Tictewater Asso- 
ciation for «k» Hearing Inqptired 
Children. A PreSch(»l claffl be- 
gan in SeptoiAer with 10 child- 
ren at the OW Dominion Colle^. 
The Wonwn's Chib presented 
their check to help in tran^wrt- 
ing chiWren from their area to 
the School where tlwy are being 
taught to i¥«ik in order to com- 
municate witti those who can 
hear. Through their Welfare De- 
partment, they also provided 10 
gifts of jewelry for Mental pa- 
tients in the State Hospital at Wil- 
liamsburg. 

Consistent with their gift of the 
past 10 years, the Club continued 
it's support of the Girl's State Pro- 
gram, with a contribution of $45 
which will seiMi one high school 
repreMBtative^ from this area, to 
this annual eveM. 

The Public Affairs DeparUnent 
announced that the Club would 
sponsor a bus trip to Richmond 
in February in order that mem- 
bers might attend a session of 
the Virginia General Assembly. 
Anyone interested in making the 
trip with the Beach club may call 
Mrs. H. W. Folford, at 464-1877 
or Mrs. Hudson at 464^1203. 

AK)roximately $200 hw been 
realized from the Fall Bake Sale, 
sale of Christmas nuts and bazaar 
items, according to Mrs. J. A. Hol- 
land, Ways and Means chairman. 

A landing ovation was given a 
Princess AruM H10i School dra- 
matic group under the direction 
of Miss Gretchen Degenhardt. 
Miss Degenhardt and her young 
"niespians were presented through 
the Club's Fine Arts Department 
vyith Mrs. James Reade m charge. 
The Princess Anne performers 
presented a Christmas Play which 
was delightfully humorous and 
well done throughout. 



DSRIO WORIIII 

Hold Eariy 
Dec, Meet 

VIRGINIA mkOa. — the 
Woman's Dem^nAic Club of Vir- 
^nk B«id) opened the, (%rirt- 
mas «a%n ear^ tirii imt ^ 
holding their r^ubr DeBmAer 
m&^ta^ on Diswatoer S, ia«l^ 
of tiw lairt week in tlw nwiAh. 

A half hour of "getting a«)uaiii- 
ted with the new meatmt asA re- 
newing aajuaintances irith tiie 
old" was enjoyed jurt before the 
m^ing. Each memb^ was pro- 
vided wiUi a name tag made in 
the form of Sana's hat or boot. 
TlMre were also other Chri^mas 
"idea" name tags, which later 
prov^ the \ii%arer was entitled to 
go home with one of the lovely 
Christmas Trees which decoratwi 
the individual tM)les. 

Mrs. Elwood A. Hudam, Pres- 
ident, introduced the Club's for- 
mer presidents, Mrs. R. B. lynes 
and Mrs. Alfiied V. Etheridge. 
She al»} presented Mrs. Swind^ 
Pollock who was recently appoint- 
ed Secretary for the Club. Mre. 
Swindell will fill the post of Sec- 
retary formerly held by Mrs. J. 
J. Bateman who has rea^ned. 

Mrs. Hudson announce tbiA a 
Telegram had been forwanled to 
Mrs. John F. Kennedy on Novem- 
ber 25, offering condolences of 
the Club upon tiie death of Mr. 
Kennedy. 

Mrs. Everett K. Wilson, Pro- 
gram Chairman, preseiHed the 
Frank Cox Hi^ School Chorus of 
40 voices under the direction of 
Mr. William BoyU. 

Speaker for the day waa Atrs. 
J. H. Harrell, Supervisor of Ele- 
mentary Schools in Virginia 
Beach. Mrs. Harrell presented tiie 
story of "The Other Wise Man" 
by Van Dyke. 

Club n»nd)ers joyously ex- 
changed PoUyanna gifts, their an- 
nual custom before ad^umii^. 
The Club will meet tigain in Feb- 
ruary 1964. 



MRS. REED GIVES 
CHRISTMAS STORY 

BAYSDDE — The Lake Joyce 
Garden Club held their Christmas 
me^ng Wednesday, December 
10, at 1:00 p.m. at the home of 
Mrs. J. B. Maddrey, Shenstone, 
Drive. 

Mra. Cecil Reed gave a reading 
of a Christmas story. 

Announcenient was made of 
the sale of Christmas greens, 
wreatlK and arrangements at the 
Bayside Shopping Center, Thurs- 
day and Ftiday, Decen*er 19 and 
20. This will be the club's only 
money making project this j^ar. 

A gold ribbon was awarded to 
Mrs. Reed lot'hCT outStancHng ar- 
rangement. 



liy5=<Q_<p<Qa,^P<<b^3=^Ci==«^Q=,<G^ 



PUZZLED-? 




Kempsviile 
Club Stages 
Annual Dinner 

KEaiPSVTLLE — The Kemps- 
viUe Garden Club held its annual 
Christmas dinner dance Satuitlay 
at the FOP Club at Princess Anne. 

Mra. Francis Blanchard, organ- 
izer of the club, and Mr. Blan- 
chard, of Norfolk, were ^lecial 
guests. 

Cocktail hour started at 6:30 
p.m. followed by a buffet dinner 
and dancing. 

Pollyanna gifts were exchanged 
among the members. 

Mra. Chester A. Bamforth, Mrs. 
Warren Shiflett and Mrs. E. L. 
Byrd were co-chairmen of the 
affair. 

TTw club also held its regular 
monthly meeting Monday night 
at the Emmanuel Episcopal 
Church in Kempsviile. 

Mrs. Bamforth conducted a 
program on Christmas ideas and 
decorations. She was assisted by 
Mrs. C. M. Pitt. 

Judges were from the Avalon 
Terrace Garden Club and ribbon 
winners were Mrs. W. A. Stal- 
lings. Mrs. J. C. Lilley, Mrs. John 
W. Moore and Mrs. Byrd. 

Hostesses were Mrs. R. R. Gar- 
riott and Mrs. R. J. Allen. 




TREASURE CHEST, new idea f «» 
fhowers, compete with cosy blan- 
ket, a "secrei" treasure and gift 
card. By Baby Fepperdl. 




VSmJWWlXSD-Vbmn «f lrtW» •rtton ej^et ruffles and lace 
atteroate wttk ahliiy zed rf^oa to make toe conqdetely femi- 
nine cift padii«e Kt left. AmMna laxnrloDS-looldnr ymnip ia 
created fnun plash i«d eottw T^eteci^ doobto eyelet mfftoa, 
•nd bands of zed cotton cadm^eiy; 




f Mb w—VkAi 
pattema.^ < 



Virginia P^^ch SUN-NfWS, Thursday, Decewfew If, 1^*9 

Page 3-A 



TbibftTNA 




Or«u PaHtn No. 3337. Th* UM Touch. 
t>r«M«* or* toft tfiit yaor, and grtxtful in 
Um. Nota th» imeoming toftntt$ of thoul- 
d9f and (her* in tfiit princ*u. No. 3327 
eomat in $in* U'/j, W/j, 18'/,, »»/,, 
22'/,, 14Vi. Sin 16Vj toku 3'/, jrordt of 
39-inch fabric or 3 yordt of 45-iiich. 

N—dhwork Poffarn No. 1856. Color Mo- 
Hft. Chrittmai dm$lgn$ in rod and groon 
fo hof-iron on towit, liandkurchimft, placu 
malt, napkint, olc. Nino molift from I b/ 
2 to 3 b/ 4Vi inches com* wifb pottom 
No. 1656. No •mbroidor/ it nttdmd. 

N—dl»work Cotaiog confoining ceopoa 
for a ft— pah»rn it SO ctntt. 

S»nd 354 ^ *ach dntt pantm, 35< for 
•odi iM«dlo<roric poftorn (add 5f for ooeh 
poHom for third clait mailing and lOf 
for •oeft poMorn for firif cfoM mculinf^ to 
AUDRET UNE tUHEAU. Sox 1490, N«m 
fork 1, N. r. 



!»— -S 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS W BEAUTV 

ll's a WISF SAN I A who gives his special lady a gift <rf htm^. 
f^ht^ping in our salon is so easy! There are conditioning pemMiertte. 
expertly shaped and stj led in a smart simpJe and flattering cciflkre, 
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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NENVS 

mM0M TuMdayt and Thurtdayt by The BMch Publithing Corporation 
0m P^m A«nua Viroinia Baach, Virginia 






-Vica-Prasidant • Gonarai Managor 
Nawj idltor 




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MrCMMLUf SPfAKINO 



NiilM, We Are Disturbed . . ; 



"Norfolk Delegate Bernard Lei in says the 
city's representatives in tite General Asseiuhly arc 
"pnHticalty ohtigaicd" to oppose the deepening of 
the James River channel because of Norfolk's 
interests in the matter. And this disturbs us 19 
mmth the same tvay as some earlier expressions of 
Ti^prntr opposition to the proposed work." 

The qudtation above is the lead para- 
^raph In an editorial appearing In the Nor- 
folk Ledger-Star of December 1 4, 1 963. 

Now, we are disturbed. We are dis- 
turbed over the editorial comment of the 
Norfolk newspaper In that paragraph when 
ft says it is disturbed when a Norfolk repre- 
sentative says that they must protect the 
interests of the City of Ncxfolk and this 
area. 

We are disturbed for certainly we labor 
^nder the theory that a local representative 
$b the Virginia General Assembly should be 
primarily concerned with the interest and 
welfare of the city or area he represents. 
True, they nrjust l<»k at the State as a whole 



but how such a statement as attributed to 
Mr. Levin could or would disturb the Nor- 
folk Ledger-Star is beyond our reasoning. 

From what has been reported many 
members of the General Assembly repre- 
senting the Hampton Roads complex are 
either definitely opposed or they have 
reservations until the full report of the 
study commission is made available. None 
have expressed enthusiasm for the planned 
dredging. 

It seems to us that If there is any possi- 
bilit/of a loss of port business or any dam- 
age to the seafood interests in this area, 
then delegates from Norfolk are "politically 
obligated" to oppose the deepening of the 
James River. 

We disagree with the Norfolk Ledger- 
Star editorial in question and feel very 
strongly that Mr. Levin's statement was ab- 
solutely proper and accurate. 

Now, We are disturbed. ... 



Our Physician Population Grows 

It is pericxJically charged that the number ing guidance and inspiration to secondary 

erf pr^^lc'mg physicians in this country is school students who may be considering 

not l^rge enough to meet the need and the medical careers and must soon make a posi- 

demand for medical services. tive cw negative decision. In its words, "By 

If such a fear has any validity at all, It assisting these schools in their search for 

would seem that the lack Is being rapidly dedicated and well qualified students, to- 

m«f« up. The American Medical Associa- day's physicians can assure a strong pro- 



iUm recently reported that the ratio of doc- 
tors per TXX),0(X) population has increased 
from 1 3 a8 to 1 46.7 in only three years. 



fession and a healthy America for tormx- 
row." No one who knows the caliber of the 
medical profession will, doubt that such a 



There Is every reason to believe that the challenge will be met. 
trend wMI continue. More students are en- So, there would seem to be no grounds 
rollM in our medical schools ihan ever be- for believing that the standards of medical 
fore, and this year's graduating classes care in this country, which certalnlv are not 
totaled the highest in history. The number surpassed anywhere, will suffer. There is, 
of Ihose sdU»ls ha* grown from 77 to 87 on the other hand, every reason for believ- 
ing 7 years, five more are to be built short- ing that those standards, aided by new 
fy, «»*d anbfher six are in the planning discoveries and techniques, some of a lit- 
Sta^e. erally revolutionary character, will surely 

The AAAA News urges that physicians improve, 
contribute to 'the future of medicine by giv- 



^emh ^^mk Promntm %c 



19tli Century Bottleneclcs 

". . , this nation cannot hope to get the proaches heights of absurdity. As a railroad 
utwiost in 20th Century railroad progress in official recently pointed out, "It is hard to 
the face of 19th Century government pol- believe, but it is more difficult for the rail- 
Icy bottlenecks." That warning came, the roads to reduce rates than it is to raise 
Other day, from a meeting of railroadin^s them." Here is a hangover from a day when 
k^* leadership. These words followed: "A the fear of monopolistic practices by the 
mountain of outdated regulation, unequal railroads was strong. That fear, certainly, 
taxation and governmental favoritism to- can no longer rationally exist. Competition 
ward otfi^ forms of transportation stands —the toughest kind of competition— has 
squarely astride the track to a better rail- solved that problem. And so have laws 



im4 future. 

They are strong words, but al 



dence supfJorts them. Indeed, the Admin- dustry. 



which are more than adequate to prevent 
the evi- unfair or destructive actions by any 



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i miJR 6x«etly. 



Six persons were promoted by the Bank of Virginia Beach last w^k at a meeting of the Board of 
Directors. They are, seated, (left to right) Mrs. flora H. Halversen, Mrs. Mikired F. ^meU and MrS. 
Ciirol P. Grove, all promoted to assLrtant cashier; standing (left to right) Alfred M. ^tndolpb, ajsisiant 
vice president; Alfred W. Craft Jr., SMiior vice president; and John M. Taylw, assiatent vice prerident. 
(Bal^in Photo) 



MRS. ANN S. I4ARZELERE 

POMPAMiO BEACH, Fla. — 
Mrs. Ann S. (Lirzelere, widow of 
Harold B, Larzelere, formerly of 
Cavalier Drive, Virginia Beach, 
died here Suiwiay at noon after a 
brief illness. 

She is survived by a son, Har- 
old B. Larzelere Jr. of IPompano 
Beach. 

Burial will t)e in Florida. 



Funerals 

man of N<xfolk; and two grand- 
children. 

The body was sent to Hollo- 
raan-Brown Fjneu.I Home. 

A fungal serWce was held 
Monday rt 3 p.m. in Second 
Presbyterian Church by the Rev. 
Warner DuBose Jr. Burial was 
in Riverside Memorial Park with 
Hoi toman-Brown Funeral Home 
in ch.irge. 



WALTER R. MITCHELL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Walter 



DANIEL L. WARD 

NO^KMJK — Daniel Louis -q. , „., ^ „ _„ . .,„„ „ 
Ward, 70. of 154 D Ave., Bus. | !«it'^i^^helI,_TO. j)f J£ Caya- 

band of Mis. Eva Spratley Ward 



fetratlon's comprehensive bill for sweeping 
feforms m transportation policy stresses, as 
a basic principle, that there should be much 
fciore relianM on competition between the 



It cannot be repeated too often that the 



and s)n of John R. and Mrs. Syl- 
via Demaine Ward, died in a hos- 
pital Sunday night after a long 
illness. 

A native of Oxford, Mich., Ik 
lived in Norfolk 47 years. He was, 
a member of International Asso- 
ciation of Macluhists and retired 
in 1959 from the Norfolk & West- 
em Railway after 37 years. 

Besides his widow, ht is sur- 
vived by a daughter, firs. Bertha 
Ward Ohge of Virginia Beach, 
three grandsons, AAthony C. 
Ohge, Daniel L. Ohge and Michael 
C. Ohge of Norfolk. 

A funeral service was conduct- 
ed in HoUonuui-Brown Funeral 
Home Wedneaiay at 2 p.m. by 
the Rev. W. A. Richardson of 
Great Bridge Baptist Church. Bur- 
ial was in Riverside Memorial 
Park. 

MRS. ISABEL S. WATSON 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. Isa- 
bel Sinclair Watson. 79, of 5613 
Normandy Ave. died in a nursing 
hwne Monday at 5:30 p.m. after 
a long illness. 

SheT was a native of Green- 
ville, Conn, and lived in this area 
two years. She was a daughter of 
John W. and Mrs. Jean ifflmour 
McConnel and widow of Chartes 
Watson. 



She was an Episcopalian. , 

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. j Stfflman of Newport News; 



tier Drive died in a hospital Mon 
day after a sudden illness. 

He was this husband of the late 
Mrs. Edith Ford MitcheU. 

A natiw of LaPlata, Md., he 
was a son of JIugh and Mrs. Mary 
•Tennifer Mitchell. He hved here 
30 yean. 

Until retirement in 1^ he 
was a manufacturer's repretenta- 
tive. 

Surviving are a sister, Miss 
Mary MitcheD of Virginia Beach, 
and two stepsons, Addison Reese 
of Charlotte and Chartes H. Reese 
al Baltimore. . '" 

TTie ibody, takeo to Maestas 
funeral Home, will be sent today 
to Huntt Funeral Home, Waldorf, 
Md., for a funeral service at 11 
a.m. Burial will be in Mouirt Rest 
Cwnetery, LaPlata. 

A. B. STILLMAN 

PORimiOUTH — Alvertus B. 
Stflteian, 79, of 1197 Migh St., 
retired ' refrigeration engineer, 
died Tuesday at 5:50 p.m. in a 
hospital after a short iQne^. 

A native of Washington County, 
N.C., he lived in the Portsmouth 
area 35 years. He was a son of 
Mr. and ^s. Jerry M. Stillman. 

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. 
Blanche Morrlf of Richmond; 
three sons, Warien D. Stillman of 
Virginia Beach, A. B. Stillman Jr. 
of Norfolk and Fred B. SUllman 
of Harrisonburg; a brother, WiB 

IS 



W. Watson m New Jersey; a 

., , I x f TL t 1 1 ta"other, Duncan A. McConnell of 

railroads ask for no favors. They ask onlv ' gj^jj^g^ j^j,. ^nj ^^^^ grandchild- 
ren. 



Harvey S. Rogers of Virgmia i g^andchilc^en and five great- 
fieach; a son, Army M. Sgt* John | grandchildren. 

The l)ody was taken to Snell-' 
ings Funeral Home. 



for equal treatment— and for a nationa 
policy that will enable every agency of 



various carriers and much less on regulatory transportation to make the most of its own 

policies which time and change have made hiherent advantages in seeking busine-is 

obsolete. Why the delay? 
In fact, railroad regulation at times ap- 



rr NEVER FAILS 




The body was taken to Francis 
A. Gay Funeral Home, Chesa- 
I^ake and was sent to Reytek 
Funeral Home in Sayville, Long 
Island, N.Y., where a funeral ser- 
vice was* comiucted Wednesday 
at 2 p.m. Burial was in St. Ann's 
Cemetery, Sayville. 

R. G. HOLLOMAN 

NORFOLK — Robert Glenn 
HoUoman, 57, husband of Mrs. 
NeiLe Cathey Holloraan, retir- 
ed sales manager of Norfolk 
Coca Cola Botumg Co., died in 
a l-ort Lauderdale, Fla.. hospi- 
tal l-riday. 

He was a son of Charles Jer- 
nigan and Mrs. Mary Jane Hol- 
loman. 

A native of ARoski, N.C., he 
lived in Norfolk many years. He 
lived in Pompano beach, Fla., 
since October of this year, 

He was a member of Second 
Presoyterian Church, Bayside 
Lions Club and Chanty Fyinian 
Lodge 10. . . 

besides his wife, he is sur- 
vived by two sons, Glenn A. Hol- 
ioman of Virgmia Beach and 
Robert C. Holioman oi Norfolk^ 
fhe sisters, Mrs. L. V, Julian 
mkI Mrs. K,«by Hand of , NortfljlJt, 
Mrs. tiessie DuVaf, aW Mrs. 
Helen Mathias of Virginia 
^ach, and Mrs. Euld driifiri of 
'jallahassee. Fia.; four brothers. 
William E. Hollomao <rf Harap- 
Um. Woodrow W, HoUpmanfrf 
Harrisonburg and OfeA* C 



A funeral service will be held 
in OUve Branch Cemetery today 
at 12:30 p.m. by the' Itev. T. A. 
Russell. 

^1 ■!■■ I 1^1 ■ ■■ ■ ^^ I ■ IIP ■■ I ^ .1 i j^^ 

WILLfAM D. DOWNS Or. 

NORFOIM — William D. 
Downs Jr., of 1512 Versailles 
Ave., a son of Mrs. Nannie Wil- 
son Downs and the late William 
D. Downs Sr., died in a hospital 
Thursday at 6:15 p.m. 

A native of Portsmouth, he 
was a Ufelong resident of the 
ItorfolW^ortanoutb area. He was 
a retired optometrist. 

■Asides his mother, he is sur- 
vived by a sister, Mrs. Sally M. 
Stonestreet of Ndrfolk; a broth- 
er, John Wilson Downs of Vir- 
ginia Beach; and a nephew, 
JaiAes Stephens Kelly of Wash- 
ington. 

The body was taken from Hol- 
Iprnpa-prown Funer^ ftome to 
Rivertfde Memorial ft»k for a 
private funeral service Friday by 
the Rev. Reginald C. tSroff of 
Episeopa Church of tte Advent. 

ROLAND W. JCMES 

PORTSMOUTH — Roland W. 
Jones. 61, of 719 Flanders Clrclej 
retired Portsmouth Transit Co, 

i dijypr, died Thyrsdi^. He was 
htisSahd <rf Mrs. Millie Wil- 
liams Jones and a son of WilUaiq 
H. Jones urd the Me Mrs. Nannie 
Wammock Jones. 

The South Norfctt native lived 
in Portsmouth most of his life 
sM^ wk i HKmber of Port Nor- 



bis 

the 



Holkwdj] aad \tn»a L. tioH&'k^ B^tut Cluuch. 



Other airvivora are his step 
mofliK-, Mrs. W. H. Joms of ^ 
Brid«i; a son, Ronald W. Jonai 
of Hampton; two sisters, Mrs. lib- 
Ua Curling of Virgniia Beach and 
Mrs. Virgie Decker of Halstead, 
Bl.; a brother, WiUie Ray Jonea 
of Chesapeake; a half broUier, 
Johnnie Jones of Virginia Beach; 
and two grandchildren. 

A funeral service was held to- 
day at 3-.^ p.m. in &ielUngs Fu- 
neral Home with burial In River- 
side Memorial Park, Norfolk. 

MRS. IDA C. KNIGHTON 

NORKMiK — Mrs. Ma Cooke 
Knighton, 82, of 834 W. 34th St., 
widow of William E. Knighton and 
daughter of George and Mrs. El- 
len Coffer Cook».di^ in a hMpi- 
tal IFriday at 5.-30 p.m. 

A native of Forsythe County, 
•N.C, she lived in Norfolk 21 
years. Slw wai a Baptist. 

She is survived by four daugh- 
ters, Mrs. Jesse J. Baleman of 
Virginia Beach, Mrs. Virginia 
Washington of Long Island, N.Y., 
Mrs. Lf odia Anderson of Chicago 
and Mrs. fBet^ Slade of Miami; 
two brotbezi, G. IE. Knighton of 
Norfolk and N. V. Knighton of 
EUzabeth Ci^, N.C. 14 grwdchiW- 
ren and several great^randehUd- 
ren. 

A funWal service was conduct- 
ed in HoUomon-Bfown Funeral 
Home Sunday at 1 p.m., by the 
Rev. S. Downey Mil^s of KMnps- 
ville Baptist Chureh. Buriid was 
in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 

RICHARD H. BURROUGHS 

RICHMOND — Richard Hans- 
ford Burr«j(gKs of 1100 W. 4ird 
St., husband of Mrs. Isabel Churc* 
Burroughs and son of John J. and 
Mrs. Maria Baker BurroQ^ died 
m his home Saturday. 

A native of Norfolk, ht lived in 
Richmond many yeara. 

He attended Norfolk Academy 
and was a graduate of Hampden- 
Sydney Colle^. While in Norfolk, 
he was a member of Old St. Paul's 
Episcopal Church arid its VjBstiy. 

He was a member of Church of 
the Good Shepherd, Richmond, 
and its vestry. 

Besides his wife, he is survived 
by four daughters, Mrs. .Reid 
Dunn, Mrs. Howze Haskell and 
Mrs. Jean Rose of Richmond and 
Mrs. Henry Hopkins Livingston 
Jr. of New York; two torotlwrs, 
Hugh M. Burroughs of Riefannond 
and Benjamin B. Burroughs of 
Virginia Beacfi; 14 grandchfltfren 
and a great-grandchQd. 

The body was taken from 
Frank A. BUley iFuneral Home to 
Church of the Good Shepherd for 
a funeral service Monday at 11 
a.m. Burial was In Hollywood 
Cemetery. 

MERRILL J. Omm 

ARAGONA — M^rtU Jol« 
Dross, 72, died Monday in his 
home at 1417 W. Grove Court, 
Aragona 'Village. 

A native of ift. lAwrence, Pa„ 
he hved here eight months. He 
was a retired/electrician for^jerlj 
employed by Bradford Ifectrre 
Co. 

He was a son of Jo^ph Dross 
and the husband M t^ late Mm. 
Ali(% Gromo Dro^. 

Surviving are a daughter, Mn. 
JiiUa D. Ramsay of Virgink^ 
Beach; two sistere, Mrs. K«nnet| 
Hawkins and Mrs. Mary Hum- 
ifcrey of Akron, Ohio* 
«rs, Leo 

of AkroA, :Mm^ OmI «t V^ 
ington and Oscar tims of St. 
Lawrence; and a ^widchiM. 

The body will be sent from 
Stnuele Fiuieral Hmm to Cdfce- 






'gfOT 

give 
stop 



Gordbfi 



•ve <fcn^ ^poml^ >wrltj 
earjisUdPfipree* ^- 
„ ,^„._ (fe^ee tp tto at < 
the economy, since mothers have 
nothing toj,a piiflpn yevs.tt w 
thcnn a Wm Pfot^ >**t^« ^^ '*= 
telfing everyone l^^jne^Jf^ '?"!SSJ^ »*^ 
up to jjpt married. Thi« w^ f»* a rttm id mott. 

husbaqSa., , 

tn CBSf Uje colleges arc wgnKi 
ing out their jftfecious degreea wnnoii 
courses, I suggest that memas everywhere who 
want the degree be required to take three courses. Three like the 

foUo^ing: , « . 

MoteiJKKxi 101 -Course desired for bcginmng mofters. C^mMi 
k ma^sM^M 4Mi#t dWMMat^ Kt profkient in bmv^ 
tmSn^mm, ^^ ilm^m f Wwut ^mm Woc^. 
tt^^ment of cu^ aiKl bruises wkhout faWi^ maki^ up mAs. 
^ t|Mi ttMk (d m m^, md e9tmm ch^bw dinpg j^^- 
marcs, Oiher ^y-t<><&y fwdblems that fafteni fate wffl 1)© 
be covwid. , _^ , * * . 

Motheitooa 202~€amm m^imihl i^B^J« mmm ^ 
have only male children. It is felt that these mothers have* 
special jmjblems. iTie course is designed to help females eai^ 
male chUdren to stop fi^iting eadi oAcr, stop jumping down 
tfie stairs, to brush their teeth, do their homewwk ot time, 
take out the garbage, and do similar tarics. Socc^ul eomple- 
tion requires that the mother take twenty male children <» an 
over-n^ht trip without losing her mind. 

Motherhood 303— Advanced course m how to convince teenage 
children to do wh^ ti^y mUst 1$ to live to a^ttood. Alf 
methocb of persuasion are discussed up to and including the 
use of whip, gun, and chair. All methods of medieval 'torture 
are studied. A complete course in brainwashii^ and hypnosii^ 
is inclufted in tte ccHirse. f 



BUk Raiifed 
Jljfiil Firtt 
CKiziH WMier 

PRINCESS ANNE -- The 
Princess Amw Junior Chamber 
of Commerce win present it| third 
distingukh^ servke award Jan. 
24 ^cording to h»efk T. BtKik, 
project director. 

The award win be niacfc to an 
outstandii^ young citizen of Vir- 
ginia Beach betw^n the a|es.aC 
21 and 35, at the Jaycee's an- 
nual Bosses' Night Banquet at 
the Bay Harbor Club. 

Nominatums for the award 
may be sent to Larry Wicks, 317 
Crisfield Ro^, or Harry Iron- 
monger, 1090 Kranpavillc Rowi, 
Norfolk. 

The tanquet agenda will also 
UKluite tiye fM-esentation of the 
chapter's Spoke and Sparicplug 
awar(U, whkh are presented to 
Ja>^^ wfM> have aot» an out- 
standing job during the ciub year. 

Bikes' Night is an Annual 
feature o€ Jaycee chapters 
throughout the mticm and is c^- 
icated to the bosses who support 
the Jaycees and rec(^ize the 
value of the organization. 

Invitations and furtter infor- 
mation may be obtained by call- 
ing Mr. Wicks (341-1268) or Mr. 
Ironn)(»ger (497-6780) before 
January 22. 



BIRDNECK I^LANS 
tlEE LIGHTING 

BIRDNim POINT:-The Bird- 
neck Point Christmas tree lighting 
oeremony w^ not held Sunday m 
Rlaniwd because of inctemenl 
weather. 

The annual event has been re- 
scheduled this Sunday at 4:30 
pjn. 

AH Birdneck Point residents an 

invited to attend. • 



Stanley Back 
From Siracial 
Sales School 

RICHMOfID — Jam^ R. Stan- 
ley of Endlhae iFord, Tm., a ?ord 
ctealership in Vlr^nia %ach, has 
graduated frnn the Advaneil 
l^uck S<^g course conducted 
by the Ford Marketing Institute 
in Atlanta, da. 

The course is oae of %^pBbet 
^ offe^ at the ImlLMjejl #ida^ 
ffllir personHeland rcWTfeotoi 
Company OT5)losees by profe* 
sional, full-time isstiy^rs . 

Subjects range from manage* 
ment and mer^aadWag ecHiries 
for~ dealers and their defittrtnieirf 
managers to selling &mram tat 
salesmen. In addiUon, there are 
<»ttrs» lor selected f(^ M(rtor 
Company personiMl. 

T^ dass^ actwdly are dear- 
it^ houses for the most effective 
mantgement methods used by 
aiccesful automob^ deal^ships. 
The Institutes employ the tete^ 
perscmnel development techniquel 
and equipment, and itress group 
participation in simulated sdling 
or roahagenwnt situations. 

b^ihite danes also are desigw 
ed to benefit Ford and lincoln- 
Mercury customers bf emphuiz- 
ing qu^ty after-purchase service 
and adherence to h^ businras 
ethics. 

Ford Marketing Instittrtes a» 
located in New Yi^k, Chicag<^ 
Dallas, San Francisco, Aflairta and 
Detroit, More than 17,000 cwn- 
pai^ and Ford and Uncoln-Bfer- 
cury deakp personnel attended 
ite courses Airing 19^. 



Funeria 'Home. Bradford, 
P|i.,. fpp a funeral service Tndxy 
at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be' in 
UnKstone (tiX.y Cemetery. 




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The Cox High School football and basketball teams have been boosted on to a successful 
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The si^-voiad Girls' Glee 
Club and Ums f orty^voiced Acapd- 
la Choir sang at two assemblies 
on December 18 and 19. On the 
18th of December, they pve a 
concert at 8:00 p.m. in the audiv 
torium at Cox High. It was thej 
annual Christmas concert. The | 
Girls' Glee Club sang "LitUe 
Drununer Boy", "Winter Wonder- 
land", etc. The Acapella Choir 
sang parts of "Amahl and the 
Night Visitors", "Chestnutif Roast- 
ing on an Open Fire", etc. It 
was under the direction^ of Mr. 
W. E. Boyll and the accompanist 
was Dawn Cole. 

The Coxbas- 
ketba 11 team 
played Kellam 
HilJi School on 
December 13 at 
Kellam. Cox 
won«9 to 36. 
They defeated 
Norfolk Christ- 
mi on Decem- 
ber 10. The J.V. 
Falcons are 
Mary Ruth showing some 
promisihg players for next year's 
varsity. 

The girl's tenth grade field 
hockey team from Cox won the 
Virginia Beach City Championship 
on December 7 when they defeat- 
ed the Princes Anne High team. 
The captain of the Cox team was 
Carol Johnson. The eleventh 
grade team from Cox tied with 
Princess Anne for championship, 
also on December 7 . 

The Student Cooperative As- 
sociation held its third general 
nieeting of this school year on De- 
cember 12. The meeting was pre- 
fflded over by Dane Mills, presi- 
dent Of the Cox S.C.A. The S.C.A. 
has ac<»pted the position of co- 
host for the 1964 District Student 
Cooperative Association Confer- 
ence. 

The Cox Wrestling team de- 
feated Deep Creek's team 54 to 
on December 12. The members 
of our team really deserve a lot 
of praise. The coach was Mr. R. 
Tugwell. The student body is 
really proud of all of them. 

The Holly Wreath Ball held on 
December 14 at Cox was a big 
success. The Key Club really did 
a good job on the dance. 



Price Masonic 
Lodge Master 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Newly 
elected officers of Virginia Beach 
Masonic Lodge No. 274 were in- 
stalled last Wednesday at the 
lodge's 51st «mual communica- 
tion. 

Dr. Meyer H. Legum. a past 
master, was installing officer. 

New officers include Richard C. 
Price, master; L. F. ^lyeu, senior 
warden; S. H. Leonard, junior 
warden; C. M. Willis, senior dea- 
con; and M. T. HoUand, junior 
deacon. 

G. J. Taylor, treasurer, and H. 
W. Peck, secretary, were re-elect- 
ed to office. 

Price also announisd these ap- 
pointmenU: . C. 0. Peel, senior 
steward; W. H. Dawley, junior 
steward; R. L. Whitley, diapMn; 
R. E. Scouse .assistant chaplain; 
and W. E. Padon, tiler. 



Soccer Takes Midgets Plaf 

Spotlight In Here Today 

city Prograiii 



This is "roundball" season on 
the City Afternoon Playground— 
and not the kind that is dribbled 
by hand. Spurred by the current 
emphasis placed on soccer in- 
struction during the daily physi- 
cal education, eighteen teams ^ 
have been organized with competi- 
tion centered in leagues developed 
at each playground. 

Just such leagues are organized 
at King's Grant School with a 4 
team boys league and a 3-team 
girls league. The playground dir- 
ector picks the Captains of the 
team and then the names of all 
tlw youngsters who agn up for 
the leagues are put in a hat and 
the teams are developed by a ser- 
ies of drawings. 

•Results of last weeks play: 



Boys 



Whitehorn 2 




Rader 


Whitehorn 3 




(Reaves 3 


Radei" 5 




Bladock 1 


filadock 4 


Girls 


Reaves 2 


Croft 5 




Newman 


LEAGUE STANDINGS 


Boys 




W L T 


Whitehorn 




1 1 


Rader 




1 1 


Bladock 




110 


Reaves 




1 1 


Girls 




W L T 


Croft 




10 


Newman 




10 


Tarrell 








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Christmas giving problem. 



The 1963 edition of the Afl^, 
Star game will be played in in-" 
stallments this year due to the 
inclement weather of this pa^ 
week end. The 6-man Midget All 
Stars vs the Raiders (Champs) 
will be played llns afternoon at 
3:45 p.m. at Virginia Beach High 
Stadium, lash Saturday all was in 
readiness for the onslaught but 
the rains came and Vbe field was'' 
in such condition on &iturday and 
Sunday that it would have re- 
quired an ark in order to get the 
games in. , 

This wedc the Jaycees and the 
players are hoping for a bi^dt 
from Old Man Weafther if it 
comes the young gladiators will 
fill the air with leather, football 
style. 

The Juniors will play on Satur- 
day at 10 a.m. as ortginally sched- 
uled. 

The 6-man Stars will rely on 
the speed of Brooke Entwisile and 
the arm o| ^art^^ck D|0dd 
Winecoff for th«ir offenaiwe 
punch. Pete Thomak mi Mike 
Phillips will hamfie the end du- 
ties ably with Mike Klemann pro- 
viding the protection needed for 
a successful passing game. If the 
passing falters the favored AB 
Stars have the power of K^th 
Adams to rely on. 

The Champion Raiders will rely 
mainly on their bread and butter 
men Ed McQullkin and Toms^ 
Burton for their offensive punch. 
The supporting cast of Jeff SnQd^ 
grass, Mike Atkins, Gray Hodlse- 
son and Teddy Todd wMl lend the 
aid that has been needed and fot- 
ten in the past. 

The Raiders, under the wail- 
ful eye of their mother hen e(mtAr 
es have been hard at work for Ae 
up coming gimie and if the pB^ 
is any indication they will, be 
loaded for bear come Thursday 
afternoon. Coach Febel and C^- 
ber report that their squacfas hfve 
been suffering from the flu, but 
that they are fit as a fiddle viA 
rearing to go. ■ * 

The game will be free of chaise 
and the public is invited to at- 
tend. If you miss this one the 
Juniors will swing into action on 
Saturday. Don't miss it. 



Bowling Scouts Treat Instructor 




Rep^sentatives from Virginia Be^h Gid S«>ut Troj^ 20 
and 442 bring a gift to Geot^e (Lucky) Insko. mai^pr oi ^^ 
Fort Story Bowling Lanes. Insko was instructor to J6 Scouts f 
the.^o trooi» who earned Bowling Badges by taking Wi 

les^ns at the Fort Story Lane. L. to R.: Vidcie Doss, 1 1. Di . 

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Virglnit B«* SUN-NEWS, 
Thursdty, Dec. 19, 1963 
Page 6-A 



K 



ELLAM 

NIGHTS 

NEWS 



By Mfc* O'Dell 




ifl, Uwre! My name is Uiane 
CDtH your new coircspondent 
frorp KeUam High Schiwl. rm 
going to ^p you informed on 
the news from Kellara. 

The KeDam cheerleadera this 
year are Yvomie Brown and Den- 
ise Morits (co-captains), Judy 
Kiagstey, Johnnie Thompson, 
Belh Beddlngfield, Carol Currier, 
Judy Lehner, Diane Moritz, Lesyle 
Imel, and 'Linda Wagner. Sponsor- 
ing the cheerleacters is Miss Dor- 
othy DpRant. 

New^-electef' 
officers of thr 
Pep Club are: 
L i iKla Brown 
prudent; Bar- 
bara Joyce, vice- 
prudent; and 
Sandra Cui;rier. 
s«:retary - treas^ 
urer, Tlie club is 
under the excel- 
lent gwnsorship 
of Miss Shirley 
J«col» and Miss Siirley Rountree. 
The club's purpoa is to promote 
§cl»ol spirit and to incite a more 
ttithusiastic interest in school ac- 
tivities Member did this by at- 
tonding the away football gamwi 
widi money provided by selling 
dou^uts, by selling basketball 
buttons, and by promoting school 
color day. Future plans include 
dan^s after basketball games, 
and special cheering actions. 

T^ie KeyettK' new officers ire: 
Pat^ Kingsley, {»iesident; Linda 
K^, ¥i(»-president; Linda Ather- 
toD* secretary; and Diane Fro^ 
treasurer. The Keyettes have been 
twuy this year! They are sponsor- 
ed fey MiM Su Griggs. The Key- 
ett^ ire supporting an adopted 
foPM^ child on $15.00 a monUi. 
To xmt this money, they have 
sold dou^uts and sponsored the 
"Turkey Trot" dance, they 



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secretary; W. E. Watson, treasur- 
er; and C. T. Maoris, flo6r repre- 
sentative. 

Fred E.'QUist, Jr., was elected 
fire chief and the following ap- 
pointments were made: A. L. 
Zavilenski, deputy chief; A. R. 
Benke, assistant chief; W. H. 
Gaylord, chief inspector; W. R. 
Sccrtt, house captain; M. K. Hod- 
ges Jr., rescue caiitain and H. E. 
Post, engineer captain. 

The Department has been spon- 
soring dances for the 8 to 14 age 
group each Friday night at the 
Fire Station. They will hold a 
fecial Christmas dance on Friday 
night, December 20, at 7:30 pin 



Dunning New 
Volunteer Head 

BAYSIDE — T^te Chesapeake 
Beach Volunteer Fire Departmewt 
held their annual ele^ion of offi- 
cers at their meeting Tuesday 
night, Decenrii>er 10, at the Fire 
Station. Mr. John Dunning was 

cleared $80.00 on the dance and! elected preadent; C. T. Lammn, 

^.00 on the doughnuts. Tlwylvice president; R. L. McCullough, 

hope to get enough moi^y to at- 
tend the National Convention in 

Ifc^ for all Ifeyette members. 
The Keyett^ have served at a 

banket for t^ Boy Scouts. They 

haw ako oirrected pap&n for 

the teachers. 
Hhsii new Cbristmas project 

is collecting to^ for tots, and 

collecting dothes for St. Mary's 

In&nt Home. 
%silon Tri-Hi-Y officer are: 

1%eresa Brown, prudent; Iris 

Hairell, vice-president; Joyce 

ffliirtey, secretary; Judy Lehner, 

trei^urer; and Jeannie Cookson, 

chaplain. Epsilon Tri-sHi-Y has 

given a food basket to a needy 

family on Thanksgiving Day. This 

fajd bastet was collected on Hal- 
loween night. They have also sub- 
mitted a contestant in the "Ugly 

Boy Contest" 

Hie Y-Teens new officere are 
Dem% Moritz, president; Connie 
Keener, vice - president; Linda 
Milta, secretary; Dee Breeden, 
treaairer; Joyce Williams, chap- 
Iain,' and Oiane O'Dell, historian. 
"H^ Y-Te«is spon^red a dance 
wkh Cox this year after the first 

Cox^Kellam football game. 

"nw Y-Teens have crated a lot 
of popularity for their club the 
past two weeks. They have spon- 
sored a contest entitled the "Ugly 
Boy Contest." The boy with the 
most money wins. The votes are 
one cent apwce. Tl« amount of 
money received afterwards will 
go into some new project. 

"Ok latest prMect for Y-Teen-! 
is decorating a Christmas tree for 
the Sophomore Class Christmas 
Ball. 

"I^e S .C. A. had the installation 
of new officers on November 22. 
They are: Art Miller, president: 
S'eve Thompson, vice-president: | 
Betty Cramer, secretary; Theresa j 
Brqrwn, treasurer; Kristine Ander- 1 
pom reporter; and "Binnie" Mc- 1 
Portland. 8th ffrade renresenta- j 
tiw to the executive counHl The 
S C A 's »w nrowt is "Pnioft 
UmflfUm" IWs twoT«^ Ji fip 
eollectinai of old sr^^o^l^'^iVs 
fffwi the indent t^v The h-viks 
will be Mnt to Monrovia. Africa 

"Oie Drill Team had fortv girls 
this year. Next year thev hope to 
haw forty. The girls marched in 
nine out of ten football games 
Sponsoring tl« team was Mrs, 
Sue Hilty. 

On Dec. 13 Kellam plaved its 
biggest rival Cox. The CDx-Kelhm 
game ended with virt'^rv for Cox. 
The «»re was W to 37. ) 

TO« first Kellam ntwspaTOr 
wu ^Mislied on December 18. 
t^ nime of tl* newspaper is 
IPte UmaA Tabte." i 



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Circle Holds 
Yule Party 



BAYSB® — Circte iNo. 4, of 
the fiayalde Christian Church 
held their annual Christmas par- 
ty Mond^ night, December 16, 
at 8:00 pjn. at the home of Mre. 
D. B. Smith, &-. on Bromfield 
Avenue. 

Circle No. 3 held their annual 
Christmas jarty Tuesday night, 
December 17, at the pareonage on 
Five Forks Road. Pollyanna gifts 
were excl^unged. 

The Youth of the Church met 
at the parsonage Sunday ni^t, 
Dec. 15, at 7:30 p.m. for a Christ- 
mas party given them by the pas- 
tor and his wife. Rev. and Mrs. 
Earl Farrell. The youth presented 
Mr. Farrell with a picture of the 
head of Christ to be hung in his 
study and Mrs. Farrell with a 
smaller one for the home. 

The Youth counselors, Mr. and 
Mrs. D. B. Smith, Jr. were also 
presented with a gift 

Next Sunday night at 7:00 p.m. 
the annual Christmas pageant and 
cantata will be held at the church. 
Following the program refresh- 
ments will be served after which 
Santa will visit the children. 

The church will hold a Candle 
light Communion Service on 
Christmas Eve at 8:00 pjn. 

Also on Christmas Eve the 
Youth of the church will meet at 
5:00 p.m. and go to the Convales- 
cent home and take gifts and sing 
carols. After which they will carol 
in the neighborhood going back 
to the church at 8:00 pjm. tw 
the Candlelight Service. 



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any gift, and UiKde Sam pro\ddes 
for Chis with a ^)ecial holiday 
gift envelope into which a United 
States Savings Bond slips very 
snugly. Geft the Bond and gift 
envelope at your bank for that 
"very special" person on your list 
Then fm in 'To" and 'Trom"— 
and the Merry CliristmiB is asair- 
ed! 




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introduced by Thermos in time for holiday gift-giving. 

When the ilip-up lid is uoacrewed and r^laced idth a 
rerew-down stopper and cup-cap, the beverage aervw be- 
comes a guaranteed leakproof wide mouth vacuum bottle. A 
boon to people short on space and faced wiUi a "poaaesskms 
explosion," Uiis dual purpose product fits into the family pte- 
ture the year 'round. 

It will keep coiTee piping hot for hours and is equally ^- 
flcient with cold drinks. When toed aa a vacuum bottie, itm 
wide mouth makes it -suitable for canying both hot and cold 
solid foods as well a« liquids at the ^tesired temperature. i 

Available in pint and quart siz^ the beverage server^ 
vacuum bottle comes in an attractive brown and beige c<an* 
binatioQ. The sug^^sted retail prices are: pint, H95; qittr^ ^.98. 



Sunday Musical 
At Baylake 

BAYSDE-^Next Sunday night 
at 7:30 p.m. the Baylake Metho- 
dist Church #111 have tlwir ChrM- 
mas musical program. Rev. Oscar 
C. Good is the pastor, 

Baylake litethodist Church will 
hold a Christmas Eve »rvice at 
11:00 p.m. 

The church will observe "Stu- 
dent Recognition Day" on Sun- 
day, December 29. At which time 
all college ^dents will be recog- 
nized. Rev. Wesley Inge, dffector 
of the Wesley Foimdation in Nor- 
folk will be fecial speaker for 
the (ftservance. Following the 11 
a.m. service a luncheon for the 
students wiU be served. 



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NORFCXJC — Ca;^ Doorid E. 
Ki% U8MC, kM feezed i«)o««l 
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jne Air RMeriw ttiniibg Detacfc- 
meat He i^Mcea Ci^. RidMrd 
A. tiuMt^m itho wkr tiecomes 
Operations Officer of the detach- 
meirt. 

He reports to ttie detaduneot 
^er flniAing a t<mr of duty in 
ttw Far Ea^ wlfli tiie Fir^ Mar- 
ine Auxraft Wing at the Marine 
Coi|i5 Air iftafiw, lwtlair.1, Japan. 

A wftive of WateilJury, Conn., 
CiQyiaun Kirfey entwed ttie Mar- 
ine Corps as an enlisted man in 
April, 1948. He attained the rank 
of sergeant and went on to enter 
the flight program as a Navd 
Cadet ^ PenjRcola, Ka. Aftra- 
con^eting flight school he was 
deagnated a Navial Aviator and 
eoannissraned a s»;ond lieutenant 
m the Marine Oorns^leserve in 
November, 1^5. ^ 

T%e captain and Ms wife, Con- 
^aiMX, axe redding at 2312 
Bragg Court, Virgnia Beadi, V«. 
He is a graduate of East CaroliM 
College, GreenvMle, N.C. 

Captain Kirby is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward J. Kirby, of 
938 iN. W. 144ti SL, Fort Lauder- 
dale, Pla. 

SAMUEL L HAGANS 

U^ 'UHli^LANN (FHTNC)— 
Samud L. Ifagans, 7a<krn»n sea- 
nan a|^)irei>tk», U9N, son of Mrs. 
Samuel L. Ha^ns of 5021 E^t 
Joslin St., Virginia Beach, serving 
alK»rd tihe destiroyear USS IM- 
mann, participated in exCTcise 
"Black Bear" In the Eastern Paci- 
fic, Sept. 30 through October 4. 

"Die exercise wse a major fleet 
strike and anti-air warfare prac- 
tice which cen'uered arcmnd the 
Kitty Hawk. It was designed to 
evaluate the effectiveness of fleet 
units under realistic condibioiB. 

PRESTON J. EVANS ^r. 

LACKLAND AFB, 1^. — Air- 
man Preston J. Evase Jr., son of 
Mr. and Mrs. PreSton J. Evans of 
1304 Horseshoe Bend, Bu^skte, 
Va., fai being rratssigned to Amar- 
ilo AFB, Tex., far teohnicd 
itraining as a United States Air 
Force aircraft nMuntenance spK:- 
iai^t. 

Ainrnn Evans, who enlisted in 
the Air Force a shoi^t time ago, 
has completed his initial basic 
maliitary tmmag here. 

He attended James Barry Hi^ 
School, Norfolk, Va. 



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USS NEWPORT NEWS 
(FHTNC) — Paul A. Evans, 
dikf riiipfitter, USN, son of Mr. 
ana Mrs. Morton M. Evans of 
210 Jupiter St., Virginia Beach 
is serving aboard die heavy crui- 
sw USS Newport News which re- 
cently returned from a Northern 
European cruise and a NATO 
naval exercise. 

The cxcrcke combined oper- 
attcms of the U.S. and the United 
Kingdom with that of France 
and other NATO allies in simu- 



tjWlS F. WOOLARD 

FORT DAVIS. CANAL W^^ 
(AHTNO— Army Sergeant Wat 
C^^ Lewis F. Wociuid, utMge 
mfe Juk, lives i^ 119 HoSand 
Dr., Vii^ma Beac^ «nd <rth& 
nrembers of Battery A of tt» 
517th Artillery's 4th Missile ftrt- 
tali<ni, recenU^y pertidpated in a 
one-week firing exercise at Fort 
Davis, Canal Zone. 

During the ex^xuse, which «n- 
phftsized aeriial and sur^tce gun- 
nery, Sergeant Woolaid's Unit 
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After comii^eting the exercise 
the cruiser visited Portsmouth, 
England, Hamburg, Germany, 
Copenhagen, Denmark, Stock- 
holm, Sweden, and Oslo, Nor- 
way. 

JOHN D. CASTEEN, Jr. 

PATUXENT RIVER, MD. 
ffiHTNC) — John D. Casteen, Jr. 
avMtion anti-submarine wai^are 
tedinician second class, USN, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Casteen 
of Route 3, Lynnhaven, is serving 
with Patrol Squadron ^ at the 
Naval Air Station, PatuxeM River, 
Md. 

He recently re^ilisted for six 
years. 

The squadrra is a key sbsbK in 
the Navy's powerful anU-it^tRnar- 
ine warfare force in the Atlantic. 

Casteen entered the service in 
January 1960. 

MAI^LORY H. PERRELL, Jr. 

POPE AFB, N.C. — Captain 
Mallory H. Ferrell Jr. of 128 
Pinewood Road, Virginia Beach, 
has been awarded the United 
States Air Force Air Medal and 
the Armed Forces Expeditionary 
Medal here. 

The newly promoted captain 
flew 110 hours as a pilot in Viet 
Nam to win the awards. 

Another honor also was given 
the captain recently wl^n he, re- 
ceived a regular Air Force com- 
mission. 

Captain Ferrell, who previous- 
ly held a USAF reserve commis- 
sion, was selected in competition 
with other reserve offkers <m the 
basis of his performance of duty 
educational background and po- 
tential as an Air Force officer. 

The captain received his B.A. 
degree from the University of Mi- 
ami <Fla.) in 1959 and was com- 
missioned there through tiie Air 
Force Reserve Officer Training 
Corps program. He is a member 
of SipM Delta Chi. 

His wife, Marlon, is the dau^- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. 
Moore of Portsmoi»th, Va. 

ROBERT T. EGAS 

KEESLER AFB, Miss. — Rob- 
ert T. Egas of Virginia B^tch, 
has been promoted to airman 
third class in ithe United States 
Air For<». 

Airman Egas, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. T. Egas of 807 Glen Ar- 
den Road, Virginia B«ich, is pre- 
^ntly a student at the Keesler 
Technical Training Center here. 

He is a ^aduate of Princess 
Anne High Sdiool. 



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The sergeant entered the Aimy 
m 1940. was last station^ M Fort 
Benning, Ga., ami arrived in ffl» 
Canal Zone on this tour of duty 
in December 1960. 

He attended Bath High Scho(^ 
in North Carolina. 

Wooiaixi is the son of Mrs. Ca- 
bell S. Woolard, Route 4, Waatk- 
ingtoo, N.C. 

LAWRENCE 0. ZITTRAIN 

FORT BENNING, GA. (AHTNC) 
— Army Capt. Lawrence 0. Ziti 
train, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam- 
uel Zittrain, who live at 4704 At- 
lantic Ave., Virginia Brach, Va., 
K participating in Exercise SKY 
SOLDIER I, a 23-day 11th Air 
AssauM^ Division maneuver. 

The m«i of the nth divkion 
wHl be deployed by helicopter ait 
the request of the government of 
"Stewartla«Kl," a hypothetical re- 
public established for the dura* 
tkm of the exercise and locked 
near Fort Stewart, Ga., to assst 
i|!he cwntry in repelling a^res- 
sors from "Geor^ma," aoMrther 
hypothetical country. 

•Rie exercise is designed to 
test the effectiveness of the Air 
Mobile concept, which entails 
the, descent in n»ss of helicop- 
ter-borne combat troops on enemy 
positions and the regrouping <rf 
the troops for inunediate assault 
elsewhere. 

Captain Zittrain, commander of 
the division's 408ai Supply and^ 
Service Comi»ny at Fort Ben- 
ning, Ga., entered the Army in 
September 1955. 

The captain is a 1951 gnwiuate 
of Suffolk High Scihool and re- 
ceive his B.S. degree frcan Vir- 
ginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacks- 
burg, in 1955. 

VINCENT I. MARQUETTE 

MEDITERRANEAN (FHTNC>— 
Mjoine Private FiM Class Vin- 
cent I. Marquette^ son of Afr. ^id 
Mre. E. D. Marquette of Roirte 3, 
Lynnhaven, Va., a member of 
Marine Battalion Landing Team 
1-6, with the Sixth Fleet in the 
Mediterranean, left Aranci Bay, 
recently after completii^ train- ._ 
ing. r 

The landing team ijs aboard^ 
£&ps of Amphibious Squadron 12, 
and will proceed to the island of 
Malta. During a four-day , stay at 
Malta the Marines wiM have the 
opportunity to tour the island, 
and to see competitive rifle Mid 
pistol maitches between feBow 
Mie-ines and >the British Royal 
^^ines. 



ARTHUR E. LAWRENCE 

PARR IS ISLAND, S.C. 
(FHTNC) — Marine Private 
Arthur E. Lawrence, son of Mr. 
imd Mrs. George Lawrence of 
Route 1. Creeds, Virginia Beach, 
completed, basic training recently 
at the Marine Corps Recruit De- 
pot, Parris Island. S.C. 

The training included drill, 
bayonet training, physical con- 
ditioning, fjarades and ceremon- 
ies and other military subjects. 
Three weeks were spent on the 
rifle range firing the M-14 rifle 
and other basic infantry weapons. 

Recruit training prepares Mar- 
ines for further specialized train- 
ing in a service school or with a 
unK of the Fleet Marine Force. 
They will report to Camp 
Lcjeune, N.C. for combat in- 
fantry training. 

RODNEY W. SPRUILL 

FORT GORDON, GA. (AHTNC) 

— ^Pvt. Rodney W. Spruill, son of 

Mr. and Mre. William B. Spruill, 

I 106 Silvercresl Lane, Virginia 

Bleach, Va., completed a 1'5-week 

'radio teletype operation course 

: at The Southeastern Signal School 

i Foi^ Gordon, Ga., Nov. 15. 

rtiring the course, SpriuU re- 
<%ived instruction in the operation 
of radio transmitting and receiv- 
ing sets, using both voice and In- 
ternational Mor% Code Conununi- 
^iiUon, in combination wWi t^- 
^pewriter equipment. 

The 24-year-oid soldier %vM^A, 
the Army in May 1963 and caaw 
pleted basic training at F<wl 
Gqrcton. ^, „, 

Spruill attended Graid)y ilj^ 
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View Of 
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Derit Padriek 



Joyce Brown migM seam to te 
a typiaU young tady who lives an 
ordinary life in a aibuit of an 
Ameri^n city. She is. She's 
ywing, she's been married le^ 
than a y»r, she works, and she 
lives in Virginia Beach ... but 
irom .there on, her similarly to 
many others departs into inter- 
esting dimensions. * 

She is married to a Navy man^ 
that isii^ too unusual, tots of 
girls are. But she is alM part of 
the Na^, having been on active 
duty as a WA\i; for three ye^s. 
and now in .the Reserves, holding 
a rate of HM2. That is somewhat 
different, but maybe not, u nnny 
WAViS marry sailora. 

Recently she and her hu^and^ 
Thomas A. Brown,'HM3, stationed 
at Little Creek, became the proud 
ownen of a new home— biA not a 
statiwiaiy one. They know th^ 
won't be stationary so tl»ir home 
has wheels und^ it and ithey wiU 
take a witii thm wherever orders 
demaiid tiiat they set up houi»- 
keeping in tte near firture. 6ueM 
that's not much of a distin<^on 
as thouanda of young mrnoe cm- 
pies live in mobile homes in tUs 
area. No, that isn't tt rtUMf— 
Joyce Brown of ^^ Gp^ fjtei 
IMve in County View » vnriipHr 
bwauK ^e can run a IMMpel 

A good Unot^iie ^peKtmr b 
hard to find, even ammg ^ mate 
^n<ter» mi wtaH a |^ on .do 
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#^fe is MM of tte five dUtt 
.^^SL oi Mr. jnd Mrs. A. Joe 1^^ 
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Her fMoily omm the fttchUmd 
Clarion which serves that area 
and has a circulation of around 
1500.. 

Every one in l»r fami^ has or 
has had a part in putting their 
weekly paper together and gel- 
ting it out Joy<» Indued to op- 
erate tile linot)^ when ^ was 
14 yean okl and ahe lakoms what 
it tak» to ptddiah a newsfwper 
every week. She u^ her tntin- 
ing well, even in the Navy, as 
she was ihe first edMor of tl» 
JacksonnUe Naval Hospital new- 
paper, the "Oetor &(^". Besi#» 
being editcn*, ite also wrote a col- 
umn, ierved as reporter, circula- 
tion nuuiager and often set the 
type and made up the pa^s of 
the conmiendally printed paper. 

Her huslmid, Tom, is from Gen- 
eseo. N.Y. and they were married 
on March 11 of this year in Rich- 
land, Iowa. This will be tiieir firet 
Christinas together as a married 
couple in their flx^ home. 

Chrktoias is a time f <h- (ndi- 
tions, and each iwwly formed 
family keeps some family and age- 
old traditions that go with special 
holidays, but each new ftumily 
often oeates new trillions which 
belong exclu«vely to th«nsdves. 

Joyce and Tom ha^ tlM tradi- 
tional Christmas tree decorated, 
and t)»y also hive aam unusual 
furnishings and colledions from 
the Mediterranean and the Orient 
that proclaims that this is tt» 
Brown home. 

Many of you will sit down to a 
traditiwi^ holiday feai* of either 
turitey or ham or both, but the 
Brown's wiU dine on T-bone 
steak*--their own tradition which 
holds spCHdal significaiKe to them 
alone. 

Again wa a^irMch fha 
ChriMmM MMon, smI agrin ax- 
pMteiwe warns w of Iha ae- 



inci 



In 



Siivafs ana 



compMiyIng 
NmrA en our 
hi^iwa)^ 

Lengar hours of darionaa^ 
hoavtor traffic, and tfw preoceu- 
prtiom of the tMten all add to 
tha dangwa to wW«*i all of ut 
•roMpoMd. 

I Mk yau to join wHh ma in 
Ml extra effort to «cfwid to oor 
acMnt boMnd tha whaal tha 
poMa and goodwill and mmU^ 
w«Hon ta- ^hara H^ are up* 
in our mMs 



My «Mi for aH of you h a 
11^ M wM as • vary marry. 



the ornaments a good fund-rais- 
ing project. 

For a family session, play car- 
ols on the phonograph, gather 
round the kitoben ti^le, and see 
to it thai each men^r has his 
chore. Ingredient you'll need for 
tlw glistening Christmas tree are: 
—Diamond round toothpick 
about 8 boxes, 16 (me-inch S^o- 
foam balls {availaible in supermar- 
kets, five and dime and novelty 
stores), (me can of snow spray, 
miniature tree ornaments. 

Start by preparing the Styro- 
foam balls — you'll want to stick 
each one as full of toothpicks as 
possible. To heighten the fun you 
might try a tootboick race— see 
who geU his filled first! 

Use a silver tray, or pretty 
plate, for your base and arranfe 
seven finished balls in a circle 
around it. Five more balls arrang- 
ed in a circle on top of these 
mate the next layer of the tree. 
"Diree 4»lls go on top of that lay- 
er, and finally, a sin^ om mak^ 
the tip of the tree. Now douse the 
whole tiling with white fficw 
q»my-Hmd deo^rate the "t^wg^s" 
wHh your tiny tim omanimts. 

Put your tree aside to admire, 
and go to work on a colorful 
wreath that will never fade! In- 
gredtents are: ^ 

— ^Diamond r o und toothpicks, 
about five boxes, Six 3-inch Sty- 
mfoam t^Us, <Red ai^ Green food 
iSi6i'ii!S, Ase can of white Intfw 
spray. 

Fin^ stop here is to cut ihe 
Styrofoam balls in half with a 
sharp knife. Place the halves flat 
side down around the rim <rf a 
nine inch plato. Tills will hdp 
form the wreath. Impoitant, join 
halves very, v^y s^nirely wHh 
lots of toothfdcks. 

Meanwhite, another member 
of Ihe work iwuty can color the 
remaining toothpicks. Pour the 
red and green food coloring into 
snail glas^s, about t^ inch deep. 

T^hnique is to hold several 
tootlqiicks in the hand, dip the 
ends into the red or the ^«en col- 
oring, t^n let them dry ik hap- 
pens quickly) on old newspapers. 
Spread them well apart to hasten 
drying. 

Now pirt on your thinrfble, and 
insert the uncolored ends of the 
pic^ iaU) each half ball. Do one 
red, and the next green— each 
half tidces about 100 toothpicks. 
For a brilliant finishing touch, 
spray the wrerth with snow spray 
—or gjue and glitter. 

Your wreath will look wonder- 
ful in tJw window; on the door 
or as a centerpie^ sA CMstmas. 

Gum dr(qs aiKt nuun^mallows, 



cheruttic an^ls and choir boys 
for your mantlepieoe, to peek out 
from the window sill, to guard 
trays of Yule rnacks at guest 
time. Make them hy the dozen. 

For each angel you will need: 
18 Diamond round toothpicks, 1 
large gum drop, 1 large marsh- 
mallow, white crepe paper, 6 
inches of Vi inch yellow ribbon, 
food or wat«' color. 

To make the head and body 
grasp 10 toothpicks firmly and in- 
sert in the rounded top of the 
gum droo. Stick the other end 
of the piclK' into the marsiunal- 
low. 

Now cut a 5 indi by 14 inch 
piece of white crepe paper for 
the robe. Crease one long side 
one-half inch from the edge- 
place the fold over a ruler aiul 
push so that you shirr the paper. 
This makes the robe biUow out 
Now ^ce the robe around the 
body below the head — ^insert 3 
ind^s of ribb)n uinler the ^lir- 
red^foKT luid Qe. 

No jogle is complete without a 
halo. To make U, cut 8 toothpicks 
to half, t^nt yellow, insert in the 
head in< bato ^ape and trim with 
remaining rttilwn. Or omit ribbon. 
I^nt your angel's features irith 
a to<khpick dipped into coloiing. 

ChouM)oys are made just about 
the sMMt wflf. Yi 
Diamond round toothpWss, one 
large gum drop, one large mai^- 
mallow, food or water color, red 
crepe paper, 1 round 5-inch paper 
lace doily, green gift wrap paper 
or foil, bit of colored yam. 

Uatke the head and body as you 
did for the angel, but make the 
shirred r(rt)e of red crepe paper 
and tie around the Aeck with 
twine. Surplice is made by cutting 
a tiny circle ftom 'the center of 
the doily, and slitting down one 
side. Pla<% this over the robe, and 
secure in ^ck with a toothpick. 

Now frin the end of % inches 
of yellow, red or brown yam for 
hair, and k^ it in place by uang 
a ludved toothpick Draw the face. 
Hymn book is a 1 by 2 inch piece 
of folded toll or paper stuck iirto 
the body witii a toothpick. 

All set? Know how now? Try 
miniature lollipops <pick8 toM)ed 
by tiny gum drops) to top child- 
ren's presents— or make a tooth- 
•pick ""bow* for a grown-up gift. 
A Styrofoam ball full of aiow- 
sprayed or glittered picks would 
glisten beautifully on your tree. 

(Look over your left-over bits 
and pieces, and see wimt else you 
can make for Chri^mas with a 




Making plans im a living Nativity Scene to be presented this weekend on the Cavalier lawn 
by American Legiwi Post No. 113, are (standing, L. to R.): Virginia Beach High School students 
Beverly Kay, Steve Strickler, and Carolyn Bosher and Cavalier manager Charles Krummel. Kneel- 
ing are K. K. Halstead, post conmiander, and Pete Scoppa, project chairman. The scene may be 
viewed Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. (Baldwin photo) 



Gerhard New 
Sqiiadron CO 



Pageant Tells Nativity Story 



crepe paper sM doilies wil make toothpick or two! 





CDR. H. E. GERHARD 

OCEANA — The new Com- 
manding Officer of Fighter 
Squadron 103 is Cdr. H. E. Ger- 
hard, Uffl»r, who relieved Cdr. G. 
R. Monthan, ifki in brief cere- 
monies at Naval Air Station Oce- 
ana on ^ iDecember 1963. Prior 
to assuming command, he was 
the Executive Officer of the Fight- 
ting 103 "Slu^ers". He reported 
in September, of 1^2 from the 
Senior School, Marftie Corps 
Schools, Quanticp, Virginia after a 
brief F8 Crusader refresher 
courae at Fighter Squadron 174 
NAS Cecil field, Florida. 

Ncrt a new hand with the 
Chance-Vought F8, Cdr Gerhard 
first flew the aircraft in 1956, 
while he was attached to^Air De- 
vel(H>ment Squadron Three. He 
was later the Operations Officers 
of Fighter Squadron 174, the Cru- 
sader training ajuadron for all 
East coast aviators. 

Married to the former Miss 
Bart)ara McDonald of Portsmouth, 
Cdr. Gerhard resides at 500 Cold 
Spring Road, Virginia Beach. The 
Gerhard's have six children: Mar- 
jorie 20, Jane 15, Susan 14, John 
8 and twins, Nancy and Barbara 6. 

Fighter Squadron 103 is a day- 
visual intert^ptor scpadron pre- 
sently attached as an integral part 
of Carrier Air Group Eight and 
when deployed, operate from the 
flight deck of the Att«* Carrier 
U^ Forrestal <CVA^). 



NORFOnr 
beautiful story of the Nativity will 
be retold in an outdoor pageant 
to be presented at the Fleet Chap- 
el, Headquarters, Commander in 
Chief Atlantic and United States 
Atlantic Fleet at &M and 7:30 
p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, De- 
cember 21 and 22. 

The citizens of the Tidewater 
area are invited to attend the 
presentations of this Christmas 
tableau that will tell tlirough 
word, sound and drama of the 
events surrounding the birth of 
Chrial. The tableau scene may he 
reached from Hampton Blvd. on 
Porter Road by following the 
signs to CINOLANT FLT head- 
quarters. 

The biblical characters associ- 
ated with tl» Nativity will be por- 
trayed by Staff persoimel and 
members of their families. The 
costumes and settings will be pat- 
terned after the clothes and sur- 
roundings in the Holy Land at 
the birth of Christ. Narration will 



FOP To Hold 
Yuie Party At 
P.A. Cluliliouso 

PRINCESS ANNE — The FOP 
Club at Princess Anne will hold 
its Christmas party Saturday and 
the children's Santa Claus party 
Sunday. 

George Core's Band wiU pro- 
vide music for dancing Saturday 
night. Table re^rvations are be- 
ing accepted. 

Santa will visit with the young 
members Sunday from 3:30 to 
4:30 p.m. There will be no charge 
but reservations must be made so 
that each child will receive a gift. 

The New Year's Eve party will 
be held Dec. 81 and will be open 
to members only. Admission will 
be by tickets which are now 
available. 

Jay Ward and his Debonaires 
will furnish music from 10 p m. 
to 2 a.m. when a buffet breakfast 
will be served. 

TTie club will be decorated by 
the following commAtee: Mr. and 
Mrs. Htok Burden, Mr. and Mrs. 
Bill McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas 
Hogge and Mr. and Mre. Jes^ 
Mercer. 

Itoservi^ons fw these events 
may be made by calling Princess 
Ani»^^2281. 



%y iSitk C ' hASe, Te TevIsr 
mentator of WBZ-TV based on the 
spiritual account of the fii^ 
Christmas. In addition to the hu- 
man actors and actresses, live ani- 
mals will be used to add to the 
realism of the pageant. 

The Pa^ant wiU open with the 
angel Gaibriel's announcement to 
Mjuy she was to "bear a son and 
you shall call His name Jesus," 
for He will save His people from 
their sins." The second scene is 
the birth of Christ in. Bethlehem, 
followed by the shepherds being 
told of the birth and their pro- 
ceeding to the lowly manger to 
the Saviour. Wise Men visiting 
Herod and then proceeding on to 
present ttieir gifts of gold, frank- 
incense, and myrrh unto tlM Lord 
will make up the third scene. The 
Pageant will be concluded with 
children dressed in costomes of 
all nations paying homage to 
Christ, the Lord. 



DECEMBER MONTH OF 
JOY AND TRAGEDY 

RICHMO>ft) — "Substantially more people wrere killed, mxm 
people were injured and more total traffic crashes occurrd teit 
December than during any other month of the year," was ^ 
comment today of Colonel C. W. Woodson, Jr., Superintendrat of 
State Police and Chairman of the Governor's Higl^ay Safe^ Oem- 
mittee, with this yea/s December deaths already running hi^ irad 
the worst period of the month to come. 

The score for laat Decentber, as given by Colonel WooAM. 
was 111 dead, 3,420 people in- 



jured and a total of 11,(»1 re- 
ported crashes. A total of 26 pe- 
destrian deaths also led those of 
all other months. Christmas week 
alone saw 39 deaths. 
"There appears to be a very 

good chance indeed of topping 
last year's complete toll of 974, 
the third highest e\^r experien- 
ced, and a small one of reaching 
the second highest of 999 made in 
1951. The worst was 1110 in 
1941," he said. 

Asked his opinions in high I^ 
cember mortality. Colonel Wood- 
son stated that there is without 
a doubt far more drinkmg than 
in any other month, there are 
more hours of darkness, more ve- 
hicular and more pedestri^ traf- 
fic ipove and both walkers and 
drivers are too preoccupied with 
holiday thoughts for those of 
caution. 

•Here, he noted that last year 
58.7 per ceirt of Virginia's fatal 
crazies occurred during hours of 
darkness, although cnly about 
one-third of tte total trtfflc vi^- 
umes move then, and that 32.2 
per cent of our fatal crashes in- 
volved drivers known to have 
been drinking. ColoneP Woodson 
was of the firm opinion that the 
December percentages #ere well 
above those of other monl^ and 



deaths last year were just ^ort 
of the totol ot 119 experienred in 



CHURCH GROUP TO 
VISIT SHUTINS 

VmGINIA ^ACH — Members 
of the Training Union of the First 
Baptist Church will viat the 
homes of shut-ins when they go 
caroling Sun<^y evening. 

The group has invited anyone 
who is intere^ed to join the car- 
olers who v^ll leave from the 
church immediately following the 
aimual candlelight Christmas Ves- 
per Service which is scheduled 
for 5:30 p.m. 

After caroling, the group will 
return to the chureh for a fellow- 
ship period. First Baptist Church 
is located at %th S. and Holly 
Road. 



April and May conkbined. 

According to the National Srf- 
ety Council, he concluded, more 
people are killed, year in aiHi 
year out, in the traffic of Christ- 
mas Eve than that of any oiim 
day. 



Wailcer IMust 
Be Aiert To 
Yule Traffic 



That's a question that mi^ te 
expected to confound the weafli- 
erman himself. But Qiief Reeves 
E. Johnson, the nian who aitai 
it, claims that eviery walker ii 
the City of Vii^nia Beach can 
supply his own answer. 

Chief Johnson posed the que»- 
tion today while commenting on 
the current M^iday prc^mi <rf 
the Virginia Be«:h Safety Bureaa 
and the Governor's Highwsy 
S^ety Committee. 
? It's the Chirf's belief that p^ 
destrians don't take their own 
safety seriously enov^. They ex- 
pect motorists to \ook out Ux 
them all tiie time and so the? 
take unnecessary risks, Iw saia. 
rtu» iti iwA«.^.<»a^ "Walkers are particularly care- 
^, iL S*!™^ress atairtsniiaSTiniB,-fta»a 

They re so preoccupied wkh 
shopiHUg and holiday plans that 
they give little heed to getting to 
their destinati<m safely, 'rtey 
walk along with virion b^idtoa 
by umbrelras or piles of package 
and they cross streets wM»^ 
looking out for <»icoming 
How can they expect to 

Chief JohiKon appealed it 
walkers to stay safe at Chrlrtmw 
by observing tfie following ndae 

1. Be alert. Keep your miod tm 
your walking, not on boMaif 
plans. 

2. Don't obstruct your vi^cm 
with an umbrella or a stack 
of packages. 

3. Don't hurry. Unnecessary 
haste may plunge you vsXo 
danger. 

4. Cross only at crosswalks, and 
look well {<x oncoming and 
toming traffic before stej^ir^ 
off the curb. Whenever possi- 
ble use crossings that ha\« 
traffic signals. 




Scout Leaders stand to be recognized during the PAVAB District Pacemaker's 'Banquet Tliursda]? 
at Kellam High School. (Boice Photo) 

PAVAB DISTRICT HONORS LEADERS 



PRINCESS ANNE — More 
than 300 Boy Scout leaders and 
supporters attended the Princew 
Anne • Virginia Beach District 
Pacemaker's Banquet Thur^ay 
night at Kellun High School. 

Principal speaker was Judge 
Robert S. Wahab Jr. who spoke 
on "Citizenship and Youtii." 

Fifty of the original 60 Scout 



leaders were awarded the Pa(^ 
maker Award. The presentations 
were made by Fiank W. Cox, su- 
perintendent of Virginia Beach 
Public Schools. 

Tl» Top I^cemaker Awanis 
went to: Don E. WamidE, Ci* 
Pack No. 902 of Commmily 
Ifethodi^ Churdi it Acredale; 



Marvin Frye, Troop No. 407 <rf 
Bow Creek Pre^yterian ClHinA^ 
and Robert W. iOnAiH Mr 
Squadron 414 of Ocena Na^ 

Air Station. 

Also during the evening's iMtt* 
vities the ScoiAmaAer% 
ers,' D«i M(Ahers (h^ 
were xee}gnbed ai^ 
Paceaaker Awards. 






Vi^lftl* B**^ SUN-NIV^, Thursday, Decen^er 1 9, 1 963 
^« 2-B 



fl^M from l^oar 

Agricultural Ag«at 

i^ i. R. I^ICK" COCKRfLL, JR. 





4-H Activities 
and Events 

AsMstailAgMi 



One day Jast week many of the 
m^s^% of Uw City of Virginia 
wt^ &M*k to aeh«>l. The 
^ a SoUi Study Tour, 
^•im (tepartaient and dvimin 

^ariliMi tran the l^ck Anjpu 
ItestMin^ Bt tte Ocean Front, 
md pt»tediAg to the dty line of 
Ito^ft, tlw gnwp studied soil 
cottons as they affect the re- 
^flBaflMlitwa of the varicmfi de- 
yarli^ts. 

iMl emdltions eff^ dedsions 
BUrite by the Planning ConuniS' 
fioo, Ci^ (Enginwrs, DivisiMi of 
H^mys, Hearai Depaiiment, 
Piadosing Agent, Agricultural. 
Dei^toeot, School, Parks & Re- 
erattraa, Inspection Division, and 
mm the Cily Attorney's Office, 
i;^ of ttese departments were 
w^emxsh&A <u the Study Tour 
wttb from otae to three mtn. 

If you happened to pa^ by a 
group of diMinguMied h>oking 
ffl^ in topcoats looking into 
boles, iBd ndMung «m1 toetween 
thuoib and forefingo', you don't 
need to see a doctor. What you 
aw iH%re dty men studying ten 
different ^1 types to answers to 
specific departnwntal problems. 

Tte ^ur wu h^ by dty (te- 
paiAment heads as a cUmax to 
nuay meetings on Uk use of soils 
infonnation for M^am uaes. ^n^ 
of the uses ^plied to the soils 
tMir vmre: Bidk-b^»ling and fill- 
'm% over marshy areas; highway 
CQW.^ractwn; home taiUding In- 
^jtdnn oa land fiU«i tiles; a i»o- 
^sd sdMral site uras cmmdered 
1^ me rtop; a footbA fidd s^ded 
M tMti^; lewi^e ^item adap- 
feitt^; « jsivi^ road that ins 
#Mai 4ue to e^itinuous , flood- 
lit ai^ finally tt«y Uiriced M a 
^mtSxm s«l th^ htti bo I»tt>- 

PrMuit^the mirttotion ^^re 
lUn^ isil aeuntiats: Mr. H. C. Pw- 
Wi A^nwm AgRMssnrat ^on 
Vrt; Mr. W. J. I^^, WI Sott 
fidiitut. ^HSaed to Oie State 
MiMO^Mntal; ami Mr. B. E. 
f^m^ UAA^. Soil Sde^ist, 
«Mi me 1^ Qmaarvatiai Stf- 



:«sss 



S^ tUn^ OM^r i^m to run 
A^ iumI to a » with tte Ajd- 
wi^ Skmt Cauntt lor Dai^meii; 
thi| yMtr's program Mki on Oe- 
4»Mil)i»r 8 «k1 4. Thtt was, is the 

eeMfal 1^^ <»W8e lo <tete. 

t|e propam had a d^bt^ dif- 
fttMM ft^A <ten prevkMuiy, with 
the first day's program being 
dMtod fannuxl the t^al dairy in- 
iiMbry idth vgmMut emi^asis 
on tlK^e a^pnents of the industry 
wfeMh 0wi<te promotion and 
marketing ^rvioes. The dairy- 
pi«D.al^ had an oppoitanity to 
lodk Chto the future with Dr. Wil- 
son B.'Bell, Dean of Agriculture, 
atVfl 

&BK ^ member of the dairy 
indu^iy, which was represented 
by f^«HMMial workei^, suppli- 
en, ^Uzymen, and marketing spe- 
d^^ were in attendance. l!bit 
inui heU M the First 
Ctanek, in Nnf oik, un- 
do* tlie ^Muonhip of the A^- 
(ssHmA CfliwwiHee (A the Nm-- 
fottc Otaalo& of Commeroe. 

Fann Rac#rdi Oo cM^nvmc 

It iloeffi't M^Q to m^tor v^i^ 
buaneas you an in^ yw on't 
help iwt use ftftrtfUBtf proe«ne# 
in rwrtRwtingiww ^^BW, &> ^ 
is «Mi dtt Cnai« tnlRf, tm* 
nuiay of bis nMQor ^anpos aj» 
baaed upos secMd^ diaiteni 1^ 
mMpneeas. 

On Tuesday, fJHnnitwir 17. 6ir- 
mers firom Vii^^to^ attend- 
ed a meeting m m$ ^s& to fiir- 
ther uoderatoid tte nee of Oi^se 
electronic reecudi. 

Tbia record is a OKnplele farm 
recofid which 'cmml& of (Im ex- 
penieiB, receipts, and an inventory. 
The ^Ureme vahw iA t^ reonti 
keeping syst^n is that it gives 
sUnners an analysis of his term 
operation. It poi^ out the strong 
a^ wnk actions of his fanning 
Ivt^r^B, ind 0vef mdicaJtiws for 
chi^^l M^ u aich is a tBinwn- 

dMT IMI M 1^ V$^ towing « 
r^^ M fiffm «^n8es and in- 
MiM, bit nww eo M a ted to 
li^H' mnnaif to tern ^era- 
Ma to ^ppmir yroOto. 

«^ to mrt^am tattoMn ^ 
tte ^lifianoe ^ to te^i^ itf 
to tke 9iit C^, 



Health Clinics and FootJiall Clin- 
ics, but now a new one: A Horse 
Cainicl 

Last week Uk horse iirtei^t 
from Virginia Beach met with 
horsemen from Norfolk, Chesa- 
peake, and Suffolk to plan an ed- 
ucftti(nal mating for horsemen 
during the coming spring months. 
Plans are not yet complete, but 
hwseroen can expect further an- 
nouncements in the way of a real 
fine hor%s program coming up in 
early 1964. 

In 1963, a ^te-wide horse clin- 
ic was held in Charlottesville, 
Va., fnrin which the idea was de- 
rived for such a clinic in Tide- 
water. 

Sllige and Hty Analyirfa Prof^wn 

Beef cattlemen and daiiynMn 
have a real management tool at 
their fingertips this year to help 
them to do a better job of feeding 
their cattle. Quite often, liveE^ock 
men do not know the actual 
feeding value of their silage and 
hay. Thus, quite often it is po^- 
ble to over <»- under feed when 
you are really tiding to feed ac- 
cording to actual needs of the ani- 
mal. 

An analysis of your hay aM si- 
lage for aich factors as net ener- 
gy, index, 1»tal protein, dig^ti- 
ble protein, T1>N, aiui quality 
code is as near as the Agricultural 
Agent's Office. 

I have available for your use 
equipment and in^ructions for 
taking the sanqd^ aiKl also the 
mailers for sending the sample 
for analysis to the VPI forage 
testing office. I urg^ every live- 
iHock man iteeding hay and silage 
to have th^ analysed, so that 
you ml be e^pped to do a more 
ecmomical and scMind job of feed- 
ing your cattle. 

ConMraMaamen Learn Dufiet 
I am told by Norman Beal, of- 
fice mana^r of the Virginia 
Beach ASCS office, that the Vir- 
^a Beach County aiKi Commun- 
ity Committeemen from Virginia 
^ch and Ch^peake are re- 
ceiving rather tborwgh instruc- 
tions on their duties for 1664. 

It was vxy pleasure to be in on 
one of ttidr learning of^itun- 
ities, which was an orientation 
meeting, held m. December 4. 

The Commitfcwn»n heard a re- 
corded ad^kess of welc(Mne from 
the S«a"etary of Agriculture Or- 
ville Freenjan. Speaking on the 
Committeemen's responsibilities 
irore Leland Beal, ASCS Field 
Man, and Sidmy Charlton, Ci^sa- 
peake C^ainnan. 

1M4 Nad Grain Sign Up 
Iff. Beal also recently announ- 
<»d thM the 1964 Feed Grain Pro- 
gram will be in effect and faraiers 
wiU be^ signing up on Febroary 
10. Farmers will expect notice 
of payment rates from the individ- 
ual iam^ around the first of the 
year. 

It might be noted that in 1963, 
a total of $213,000 for 246 fam^ 
was paid ,for farmers participat- 
ing in the Department's Feed 
Grain Program, Wheat payments 
of |ia,<MO ««re made on 67 
farms. 




Hi There! Last week I (trid ywi who could fm 4-M, hmv to 
start a 4-H Club, and some of the projects that you could select 
from if you lived in an urban area. You may want to Jrai fM aU^oa^ 
established 4-H Club (or at least attend a couple of meetings to> see 
what 4-H'ei^ do), so following is a list of the mmes of the C%jbs 
iji Virginia Beach and the name and address of the O^s Prestdtent. 
Bayaide Conmi^ Club — Ruth Anm; Oliver, 4317 Witch 
Ehick Road (HO 4-1267); Blackwat» Commiiiuty dab (Black- 
water — Creeds area) Joey Pecsdt, Rt. 4, Box 211, Back ^y Sutkm 
(547-1743); Block & Bridle Livestock Club (City-wide)— Allan 
McCr<»key, Route 1, Princess Anne Station (426-2398); Covl- 
hewe Commwilty CMb — ^Johnny MoultM, Rt. 2, Box 434, fvmxm 
Aane Station (426-3961); Rideawhyle S'H CM (Li|^ Viasm 
Project — Bayside Ana) Jmh Skidmore, 8S33 MiUard Lwe, "Hat- 
folk (iU 7-0613); Sde* Road Coamairify Ool^— Hmmas Cooboy. 
225 Providence Dr., (42^3559); llalla C«». 
munitv Club — Mary Bui^tfd, 544 Crabtree Lane 
(3414297); Vir|M« iMch Cleven (Va. Beach 
Borough) Ann VoweU. 710 23rd St (428-9101). 
Any one d th^e people will be gtad to teO jmi 
about tlu opportunities and activiti» in die 4-H 
program. 

thje: 4-h olub meeting 

You are probably wondering what 4-H Oub 
n^ben do at their meetii:^. First of all, they 
decide theoueli^ what ^v warn to do. E^di 
chub hM elected cK^mt% wbd pveeide ow» the 
chib makings, but ^ nnmriiets km« a wMee n 
vvhjU tt done (dnnocrwy in ictiMi). The o^et^ usually o&s» wttb 
tl» U. S. flag and 4-H Pl^lgea and a soi^, fcrftowed by rc« mII md 
reeling di minutes. Then a diort business nMctta^ is held, dfana tte 
mraiben (tiscu^ plam for future meett^, wggest eveoli to par- 
ticifMite in, tours to take, picnks, campe, eto.). Next (xsmsA ^ pi^- 
gram or jediKatimal {Mrt dL the mainas^ — club memben t^eii 
others what tlwy have teanwd ^ouj^ demcMstr^ions, talks, d^ 
cussions, leaders and sp^ial gu^s insbuct in a fwoj^t aiw (for 
instance, a policeman might speak about safety on the hu^way), 
someti|iKS ajides and movi^ kA spectti interest are shown. After we 
progiam all dub numbers take part in smne type of recreatkm. 

As ycMJ can see, a 4-H Club roeetii^ devel(^ l^ulerdiip, sdkol- 
urship, citizsnship, and feltowsh^ among 4-H Club memfom. 1^ 
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Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, December 19, 1963 
i^ Page 3-B 

Watch Heart Hunters Warned 



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You see similar headlines every 
t«ne the season rolls around: 
-^ink Week HunUng Toll: Six 
Deer, 10 Heart Fatalities." It's a 
fact that in most states nwre 
hunting deaths and casualties are 
caused by heart attacks than by 
gunshot wounds. Yet huntin? and 
heart attacks need noit go to- 
gether. Tidewater Heart Associ- 
lation says. 

I Of course, hunting does have 

'its stresses. Sloshing through 

nwrshes or bramble bushes, txud- 

jging uphill, stalking the deer, 

i^iandling the animal's carcass. 

cold weather, high, altitudes — 

each and all of these can impose 

a greater than usual strain on the 

heart. Whether or not your heart 

can take the rigors of hunting is 

{ for your doctor to decide. 

i Some people are surprised 

i when thev hear that a friend who | 

has had a heart attack is going 

hunting — with his doctor's bless- 

I ing. Actually, the man who knows 

I he has heart disease has a better 

chance of surviving a hunting trip 

than many others if he respects 

his limitations. If the recovered 

heart patient follows his doctors 

advice carefully and doesn't push 

his luck, he can enjoy hunting for 

years to come. 

Bonds for Loved Onvt 

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More often 'l^an not, the hunt- 
ers who mate tte hradlines are 
the men who haven't \aA a pbya- 
cal examination in y«uns. Be- 
tween hunting s«raons the ciwiCr 
es are they rarely exenase nKjre 
than their vocal coixls. Yet th^'re 
determined to keep up witti 
younger or conditioned "outdoor 
men." Sudi men can push th«r 
luck and their hearts too far. 

To take some of the hazards oot 
of hunting, Tidewater Heart As- 
sociation offers the following aif- 
gestions: 

Have a physical examinatiow 
several weeks before you go 
hunting. Be able to tell your doc- 
tor about the geography and cli- 
mate of the hunting grounds. 
Very high altitudes, low tempera- 
tures and rough terrain all m^n 
more work for your heart. 

Get into condition. Huntit^ is 
definitely an active sport and, ' 
like all athletes, hunters sboufld 
"train" for the big event. Start 
moderate exercise for about' a 
half-hour every day for the first 
two or three weeks and ttoa step 
it UD gradually. (Daily exercise is 
a good idea whether you go hunt- 
ting or not.) 

On the hunting trip, take tlw 
load off your heart in every possi- 
ble way; Choose warm but li^- 
weight clothing — otherwise you 
might tote around an extra and 
unnecessary 10 to 20 pounds. 

If the hunting area is at a high- 
er altitude than you're accustom- 
ed to, go a few days early to give 
your body time to adjust to the 
I heights before you add the tc- 
* I tive strain of hunting. 
I Whenever you begin to f^. 
bushed, rest as long and as oftemcj; 
as necessary. It's better to re*" 
before you get overly tired. 

After the kill, never attenapt 
to drag in a heavy carcass by 
yourself. This is a job for two or 
more able-bodied men. Arrange 
a signal beforehand and wait till 
help comes. <A man who has 
heart trouble should let the others 
take over this chore conspletely. 
He can make other necessary but 
less strenuous contributions to 
the hunting party.) 

Never hunt alone. If you have 
a heart condition, tell at least 
one companion about any medi- 
cation youfnray be talcing, wlwch 
pocket you carry it in, and what- 
ever else he slrauld know in an 
emergency. Have medication in- 
structions clearly typed or printed 
on container. 

Hunting can be one of tfie 
great pleasures of outdoor life— 
if you recognize and respect both. , , 
the hazards of hunting and yo^ .'. 
physical capacity. Str a n g e I y J \ 
enough, some hunters si>end ntiorfe ' 
time preparing their equipment 
than they spend preparing their 
bodies for the exertions of hunt- 
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More Animals 
Become Extinct 

"Rare as a dodo bird." T^ 
phrase, long a synonym for scar- 
city, is in danger of losing its 
meaning, according to George 
Clay, INBC News correspondcttrt 
in Africa. The reason: A legipn 
of other animal species is becom- 
ing extinct because of man's lade 
of attention to conservation. 

"Right now there are 56 exist- 
ing species which are likely to toe 
extinct by the end of the century", 
Clay reported on "Emphasis," the 
series of comment heard 40 tinws 
weekly on NBC Radio. These in- 
clude, he said, the brush-tailed 
rat kangaroos which were so com- 
mon in South Australia a few 
years ago until they were sold 
by the dozen at ten cents a head 
for racing on Sunday afternoons; 
and leopards because ladies like 
their spots— on coats. 

"Mermaids and dragons may 
soon be no more," warned Clay. 
"The mermaids legend is said to 
have started by the sight of the 
dugong, or sea cow. It's rare now 
because it's been heavily hunted 
and is a slow breeder. The 12- 
foot komodo dragon of Indonesia 
used to live on the game on its 
20-by-12-mile island, but the 
game has been killed off and the 
last of the dragons are dying." 

Among the other species in 
danger of extinction, according to 
Clav. are the blue whale, giant 
panda, polar bear, chetah, orang- 
utan, gorilla, walrus, and Aitdluan 
oryx. 

"There are dedicated men and 
women all over the world trying 
to do something ahout the datti^ 
we pre.'ient to animals," (Say 
says. "If tb^ do not wasmm^ 
there will soon be vmxy BM»e 
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Vipginia Beach SUN-NEWS 
Thursday, Dec. 19, 1963 
Page 4-B 




^ 'iM^ BOBUT & IIABFIB 

MT HMfE is « Atai dlrtmce 
tiKm a tniv^rdty. Unttl tiwir 
^adntkiBt te«e rtudaits ttred 
te M i^arHnnit next do<»-. My 
hat b off to ttoa for their inno- 
4ieiiee »f tlie Ju^mite delinqiwacy 
ft nMk w nad aod hear «> 
jimNu IkHF e^ ovtf to call 
li«a ay iMtr «id lie (^ eve- 
0mi mi hrea^t as moot em- 
mMm frwn tMr yard. 



. BMfjr taiMted^ m matter 
tai yf e, 
to 

lalNnMiunJc. 



S was tii» that we learned 
dmtt IteiNice. N<rt the 
1^ of Itdy, but a UtUe tan 
^ottsrel dog that had made 
Maeis aB ew ow Mil^dmhood. 
|Y4^a a^ I read tte statement (^ 
« ch^ fender that a dog prefers 
jflM eoB^M^ of a man any time 
$a ttat of anoQier dog. Tiaa is 
«aitoW^ tnw s< flomce. Sb« 

mmm, kBVKi Mi ov md it iUe 
to kBMT iriMB h» will esoM honfe. 
Sh» ^idMbsa do« wrt know 
kor «im MdigMa )M her SMter 
•iqn he woBiki 4m to p«rt fox. 
wit spner'i bki^w nys die must 
%e |irt cointa. WhatoMt her ped- 
her cMef wenry te Ito is 



9 HiWM«frii 4brMr an Ul^ra- 
%m fram tte tep, I can draw n 
Mamitt itf MfUulness in a lUtle 
mmgrd d<Mf tiuit cuuu^ UOc 
MttoOt Wtt 9am^km fe«rt certahdy 
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Social Security 
frogram Now 
28 Years Old 



Do you remen*er the great 
^fmImi of 1929? Many of you 
inll 1^ we all hope this will not 
happen again. 

t^mauxAier the stKk market 
mtt^ tlw banking crisis that fol- 
]xmed it? Remember the unpaid 
iBlt, the soup lines? The public 
and the government knew that 
suaething had to be done. 

On August 14, 1986, something 
was <Mie — Congress passed the 
l^iCial Security Act. This August 
1^ vu the 28th Anniversary of 
^ Sodsd Security Act. The so- 
cial security program has come a 
Icmg way in W years. Today nine 
attt of ten workers in the United 
Stetes are covered by social se- 
curity. MotI of them can receive 
l»nefits if tlwy retire or become 
t(^Uly disAled. In case of their 
di^th, their families can receive 
survivors benefits. 

Tlie ori^al Social Security Act 
has been amended %veral times. 
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persons eligible for benefits who 
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nUNCESS ANNE PLAZA 

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Pastor — Rev. MeCfIn Koghes 
S45 RoaemcMrii Road 
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FAflH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd.. Norfcrik. Va. 
Fred M. Fartss, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 ajn.— Moiratoc Wor^. 

6:30 p.m. — Feliowsbip Hour. 

7:30 pjn.— Eveofaig Servicaa. 

GRACE BRETORKN (XiUSC» 

Great Neck ait HfBtop 
A. HanM Arfii«toii, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday Sctaxri. 
11:00 A.M.— Worsh^) Service 
7:30 P.M.— E^^Ding Sovioe. 



CHURCH OP CHRRT 

15th Street and Baltic Av»ue 
nweod Koa, Pastor 

9:45 ».m. — Sunday SdiooL 
11:00 a.m. — Moniing Worship. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 

K^% (kai^lhVtM Chureh 

King's Grant Road at Queeosbury 

Drive, Lynnhaveo, Va. 

Rev. H. E. Rkhardi, Jr., Pastor 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday Sdwol 
II:(K) a.in. — Morning Workup 
7:30 p.m. — Eveniag Snviee 



rOkST CHURCH OF CBRfin 
«:IENTIST 

2W - 20ih Street 
9:30 A.M.— Sunday Schod 
11:00 A.M.— Chuhch Scrviije 
8:00 P.M.— Wednesday Servjca 



WJUNt mjVB 
BAPn^' CHURCH 
Rev. T. M. Waft«r, Tutol 
9:30 ajm^-^horCh School 
'1:00 a.m. — Morning Wor^p 
7:33 pjn. — Evening Wor^ijp 

OCEAN PARR 

COMMUNITY CHURCH 

Paol E. McCuOoB^ Th.M., Partor 

Du Pont Circle, BayskJe, Va, 
9:45 a.m.— BiWc School. 
11:00 a.m.— Moniing Worsl^. 
7:30 p.m. — Family Ni^t Service. 

Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay. VlrgioU 
ALVIN ST. CLAHl. PASTOR 

9:45 a.m.— ChunA.Schotri. 
11:00 a.ffl.— Mwwng Worship. 

MBLE BAPTIST CHUIKS 

Bayjtde, Virginia 
GreraiweU Road & Lakeview Dr. 

Rev. David Moore, Pastor 
9:45 a.m.— &ii^y School 
11:00 a.m. — Moniing Worsl^ 
7:45 p.m.— Evewag Wonhqi 



ST..IOHVS BAPTIST CHURCH 

Pricccss Anne Court Hcwse 
^v. Brace B. Perldns, nalor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Momtog Wc^st^. 

6:00 P.M.-^B.T.U. 

7:00 P.M.— EveohJt Woriiyp. 



Ixmimt Bridge 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Brid^, Virginia 
G. Edward Hughes, Pastor 
9:45 ajB. — StMKlay School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m. — ^Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Wor&Mp 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th Street at Holly Road 
H. WadeU Watcn, Pastw 

Sunday School .^ 9:30 A.M. 

Morning Worship .. 11:00 A.M. 

Training Union — 6:15 P.M. 

Rvening Service _ 7:30 P.M. 

Evening Services 30 minutes later 
May 15-Sept- 15. 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 

ki Princess Anne County en Highway 
615 ¥i mile Past Oceana Air Station 
<m right. , 

T. L Tingle. Smii« as Kfhiister 

Sunday School — 9:45 A.M. 

Worship Service 11:45 A.M 

Evening Service — 7:30 P.M 



Vir^te Beach 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laxkin Road, Linkhom Bay 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School.. 
REV. GENE GARRICK 
Intaim Pastor 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11:30 a.m.— Childrai's Church 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service. 



BLACXWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Route 4 At Blackwater 

I^tor — Rev. Gary B. 'Hiompwo 

11:00 A.M.— Morning WorsWp 

10:00 A.M.-^nday School 

'%«rr{i« God a^l tte Coim^ty of 



IHALL^ LYNN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 
(Meeltaa ua Prtaeaa Asms 
Hu^ School) 

9:30 AM— Sunday SdiooL 
IIKW A.M.— Momng Woaihip 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITED 
CHURCH 

(Congregational Christian) 

Meettngs in Pembroke Mmmmt 

Elementary School 

Rev. Omrl^ F. Pegram. Minister 
9:30 ajm.— Church Sohooi 
10:30 a.m.— Worah^j 

Nursery ait all service 

FfR^ COLONIAL 

BAPnsT Church 

929 Firsft Colomal Road 
George 1. StaUinffi, Pasttw 

9:45 a.m.- Sunday School 
11:00 a.ni. — Momdi^ Workup 
6:30 pjm. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evening W<M^lp 
7:30 p.m.— Mid-week service - Wed. 

5LVURBAN CHRISnAN CHURCH 

111 Ijobough Ave. 

Bellamy Manor, Virginia B«kJ), Va. 

L. W. MEACHUM. ¥mk» 

9:43— Sun<fay Sdiool 
Il:0O— Momuig Worsb^ 

ST. NFciSbLAS 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Uttle Neck Road— Kii^s Gnat 

Rev. NicboiiK J. HabeH 

Sunday Masses. 

8:3U and 10:30 A.M. 
Confessions: 

4 to 6 p.m. Saturday 
Catechism Class: 

10-12 Saturdays 
Baptism: After 8:30 a.m. Mkstts 

Star of tte Sea 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14tfa Street and Arctic Ckda 
REV. FRANCIS V. BAMMtlCaC 

Sunday Masses: Winter, 8:00, 9:30, 

11 ajn. & 12:15 p.m. 
Summer (June 1st thnw^ l.abor 

Day)— 7, 8. 9, 10, 11 a.m. * 12 

Noon. 
Holy Eteys, 6, 7, 9 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. 
Cookasions, 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 

8:00 p.m. SatunJay. 
Weekday MasKs, Wmter— 6:30 & 

8:45 a.m. 

Suimner — 8:45 ajn. <mly. 



ST. MATHEWS 

CATHOUC CHUROI 

1019 &mdra Lane, Va. BmcIi. Va. 

3ummer Masses; 7:38. 9s4M, lt:3B * 

12 Noon. 
CoofessiMi each Satsnfe^ 4K)0 pjm. 
to 5:00 p.m. aod 7:00 p^n. to 
8:(X) p.m. 
Father O'Hara nod Frthcr ItaAv 
Phone KI 5-9333 

f EIXOW»IIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

419 Glenrock Road, Norfolk 2, Va. 
Rev. Chu-l«a T. HcaMciBb 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.nu — Morning WtMslBp, 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worihip. 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Back Bay, Va. 
GcM HarfescU, MMstar 

10:00 A.M.— Bib4e School 
11:00 AM.— Morning Wor^^ 
7:30 P.M.— Evenmg Worahip 



CHURCH OF CHRIST 

S21 Va. Beach Blvd., Qnaoa. Va. 
Ja^ W. Medlin, Mialstar 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. Evening W(»sh^ 



LYNNTUVEN COLONY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Conventional Christian 
Great Neck Road near Sh<Me Dr. 

Rev. Sam Nelson, Pastor 
9:45 am. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 



DIAMOND »'RINGS 
CHRISTt\N CHURCH 

Disdples of Chrirt 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Near Little Creek Ferry 

G. David Sbreeves, Pastor 

8:45 A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— ainday .School 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service 
6:30 P.M.— Youth Groups 



KEMP8Vn.LE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7120 Kemps ville Road 
A. D. Bkrant, Pastor 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
8:00 P.M.— Evening Woishlp 



BAYSHDE OnumriAN CHURCH 

tCragre^ooal) 

Siwre Drive and Greenwell Road 
Emt L. FarreO, Minister 

9:45 A.M.— Worship Swvice. 
9:45 A.M.— Sinday Sdiool. 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Service. 

ASSEMBLY OP GOD 

Virginia Be^h Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 

Rev. Samad O. Bdfer, Jr., Pairtor 

9:45 a.m. — Church Sdtool. 
11:00 a.m, — Mcwm'ng WmiAip. 
7:30 p.m.Evangeli!iflc Servtoe. 



SL Frwada Epis g)pal CbmA 
The Rev. Claytmi E. Ci^ter 



Now MietliM at RioBldi's Ftau 

Bowling Afey. 
9:15 A.M.— Church Sdwcl 
10:15 A.M.— Worship Service 
Nurs«7 Provided 



EMANUEL EPKCOPAl CHURCH 

Kempsvine Ro*a, Keirip«»iUe 

The Rev. CInrlcs R. McGlatoy, 

Pastor 

8:00 A.M.— H<rfy Comfflunioa 
9:15 A.M. — Family Sei-vice and 

C3iuich School 

(Iteily C<Mnim.nioo MiA 

Sunday) 
11:15 A.M. Momii^ Prayo- and 

Soiimm 

(Holy Oommunitm jSnl 

Sunday) m 
Nur^rjr service aiv4liJ|e 



EASTERN SHORE CBAJfWL 

(EfkteopaS) 
B. SUncy Sanders, Rector 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Comniuni<» 
9:00 a.ro. — Family Service and 

Mommg Prayer (3rd Sim* 

4a.y H(^y Oommunion.) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Pairyer and 

Semoo (1st Sunday, Itoty 

Oomimmkyi.) 



TEMH.E EMANUEL 

25th and baitic, Virgima Beach 
PHILIP PINCUS, RaMbi 

7:30 A.M.— Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.m. — Friday - Sabbath ServToea 
10:00 a.m.— SM;. - Sabbath Service 
8K)0 A.M.— Services- Sun. 



LUTHERAN CHURCH 

10100 Vir^iia Bead> Boukvard 

Ctemponsy Wonhip Cmt^ 

KeoMdi A. rtkst, Pastar 

9:15 a.m. — Chuvh Sctwol 
10:30 a.m.--Wonl# Service 
(Nucsery fm pre-school chiktreo 
duraiB worribv) 



l,UlHMt^^> CHURCH 
Of the Ge«i g hc p twrt 

Adantic aed lAh Street 
Rev. J^ D. Mstsr, ^Miter 
8:30 A.M.— Moraii^ Worriiip 
9:43 A.M.— ChBfch Sc^ol and 
AduH BiUe Classes 

n.-oo / ^.—uonAim woc^yp 

GURAAVIOIflrB 
LUI-HJ^UUXi UIUKH 

Bnflifte PtaeB,_Ba)Nride. Vi^oia 
Kwutft R. 



8:30 A.M.— Wo9iMp Stfvke 
9:45 A.M.-<%ufcA Sehnri 
11. -00 A.M.— Worsh^ Service 



WRINCR OF PEACE 
UmmRAN CHURCH 

(Miasawi Sjwxl) 
RcT. S. Etmmt MeKky. 

Meeting at Malibu SchoM 
9:15 a.m.— ^mtay School and 

BA^ Class. 
10:30 «.m.— DiviM Worship 
Holy CtMiunuQion — ^1^ and 3rd 
Swuday. 



VIROO^A 9MMm 
METHOOBT CHURCH 

207- 18th Stowt 
REV. BEVEttLY FELTY 

8:30 a.m. — Wor^p Service &unmer 

Months 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 i.m.— WorshH> Service 



BinUEL ME11IODBT CHURCH 

Ri^i W. Jensen, PMtor 

10:00 A.M.— Moniing Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 



PLAZA MEmODBT CHURCH 

Meeting at Pla» Sdiool 
HERBERT G. HOBK. Pastor 

9:45 A.M.— Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 
7.-00 P.M.— Youth PeDowriyp 



NImmo 
METHODBT CHURCH 

Prmcess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. WruA D. Janes 

10:15 a.m.-r-Cliurch School 
11:15 a.m.-rMraiiing WorshH> 



l^iiieirjiclc 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. LcRoy Davis, Minister 
9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 am.— Mortni^ Woreh^. 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODBT CHURCH 

Prin«« Araie 
R»^ W. Jofaisoa, PastOT 

10:00 A.M.— Churdi ScSotri 
11:00 A.M.— Mmwig Wonhip 



ST. GRE60RVS CAIBCMJC 
CHUKIH 

7271 Vfcfhria Beach Blvd. 
Rev. I^nte AUntlcchio, O.S.B. 
MASSES: 7:00, 8:00. 10:00; Hi^ 
Mam. 12.-00 t»on. , 
Of^eeaons ape <m Saturday, 7:30- 
l;Ml. 



GALILEE mmOQfAL CHUMS 

40Ui and Pacific— OA 8-3573 
The Rev. Etemai Beifceiqr, Bscla r 
Kcv. Maiam B. WsMm 
Asdrti^ Rieeler 
8:00 a.m.— HOLY COMMUNK>N 
9:00 a.m.— MORNINO PRAYER 
AND SERl^m 
(Holy Communaim 4^ Soodiv eacfc 
month) 
11:15 a-m— MORNING PRAYER 

ANomKMm 

(Holy C^onKsiinion 1st Smday ei each 



THALIA METHODBT CHURCH 

Pine Ave. & Va. Beach Blvd. 
Rev. B. J. Garrrtt, PaatM 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday Schod 
(0:45 ajn.— Wo rrii^ 

landn 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Viiginia Beadi Bpi^vard, Lynnhai^ 

Di^^ Eicrt, pastiM' 
8:45 a.m. ai^ II a.m^— servioea 
9:45 a.m.^-^fcirroh Sohooi 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

FRANCB AAURY 
M£THm)BT ORJRCH 

&e^ Neck Ifead 
James R. liefc 
9:45 a.m. — Church Sitooi 
ll.-OO aja.--Mo«^ WotAI^ 



HAYGOOD MEMGMAf. 
METHODIST CHIA^ 

Bayside & My Smra Jtca^b 

JcMH G. Loi«, Jr., H0tat 

9t45 A.M.— Mormng Worsi# «ai 

Onirch Sdioc^ 
11:00 A.M^MaralBc Woiift^ tad 
OmrA Scfcooi, 

Old Drairtloa Episc<HPld CImA 
449 Witch Dmk Road. Bayridto 

8:00 A.M.— Hoiy CottaoniriM 

(Except during rector's vaoAioo.) 
10:00 A.M.— Monung Pmyer and 
SermcM) (Holy C^mmunioB on 
imA Sunday of each moatt.) 

C^Bumudty 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Acredafc — JUm^iUe 
Rev. A. P. Roach. 



9:45 a.m.— Church Sdiool. 
11:00 a.m. — Momii^ Wwsh^. 
7:30 p.m.— YouAii Fello«whi|i. 

LYNNHAVEN 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Uttk Neck Road 
Rev. Walter A. Whitetarst, H 
9:45 a.m.— ChimA School 
11:15 a.m<— M<muiw WonMp 



KaoMs 
METHOMST OniSCH 

KnottI Islwtd. N.C. 
Robert C. BlMk, MhiMw 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday Scho<ri. 
11:00 a.m.— Worah^ Servioa. 

IfeiYLAKB METHODIST CHURCH 

ttore Drive at Treasure Island Dr. 

teyside 

Mialslec, OSCAR S. GOOD 

8:30 & il A.M.— Worsl4> Scrviee 
^45 A.M.— Sumfaiy School 

Cterfty 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginw 
Rev. VWhai A. Rtooa, Jr. 

10:00 a.m.— Choctb Sdiool. 
11:00 a.m^ — Menteg Worshq>. 

SALEM METHODfinr CHURCH 

Macessj^iee, Vkfiaia 
Rev. Frairik D. James 

10:00 ajn.— Morning Worsts*. 
11:00 a.m.—Churdi School. 
7:30 pjn.— Youth Peiiowshv 



OCEANA 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARBWB 

S. Court House Rd., Oceana, Va. 

PanI A. AMrich, Pastor 
9:45 a.m.— Sundiv SdMwl 
10:45 ajn.— Moroi^ Wonl^p 



Bayslte 
PRESBYTERLIN CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. JolusoB> Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Simday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning WorsUp. 



Calvvy 
raESBYTERL%N CHURCH 

nrst Street, Qlenrock, Norfolk, Va. 
E. enmaOi Cooley, Pi^tor 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worsh^. 
6:30 p.m.— WTMrt-Nots Petlowriiip. 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowdiip. 
8:30 pjB.— Young People's FtJloir- 
diip. 



FIRST 
FllE^YTERLiN CHURCH 

Padfic Avenue at 36th Strapt 
Henry G. Morgan 
I. Paid Voadacck 
Mlataters 
Sanday 
9:45 Church Sdiool 
11:00 Momii^ Worship 
6:00 Youtii Pdowshaps . 
7:30-8:00— Sunday evenii^ Chapei 
Veqier Service 




On tba My night, the Ghrist child was born fo an Mfcnown 
carpenter and his wife in Bethlehem. 

No palace phsn^ian attemJM tiia Prinn,^ PtMa — per- 
haps a mid-wife or a Nrving maid. 

No Am Hmm irwi prepared for the mother; no crib for 
the Babe -^ just the straw and tbs raaiiftr were theirs. 

Mo nfti stfote was fired to anmwnee His arrival — osljr 
the braying of the animals fat tiMrir stalls was heard 

Never waa layidty greeted witii law pomp and eireumstaaeaj 

Why? Because man could not niae himself to God I 

So God lent Hti Son to light up ote hearts and minds with 
His Divine P r e uBcaj '^ 

His living Spirit brightened the most ordinary and common, 
place taaks of the day. 

If He could so hallow that stable, ^n He not hallow 'our 
homes, our places of work, the whole U our lives? 

Of course! Consider again and ai^lp the miracle of Hir 
birth. Be in church on Christmas to wdcome anew the Christ 
child in your heart. 



THE BOW CREEK 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Bo^mont Road and I^aza Trail 
Weatz J. ^filler, Mfaiister 

Snnday School 9:45 A.M. 

Church Service 11:00 A.M. 



Chrbt PreriiyterfaH Chardh 

1200 Aragona Batflevard 
M. Bland Dndley, MhUmr 

t-M A.M.— Worship aiul Church 

Sc4iool 
9:30 A.M.— Woi^ip and Cherdi 

School 
11:00 A.M.— W(»^ip aod Church 
School 




Sunday 
Paalms 
149:1-9 



Mond^ 
Isaiah 
7:1<>-17 



TuMday 
Isaiah 
9:1-7 



W^nesday 

Matthew 

1:18-24 



Thursday 

John 
1:43-51 



Friday 

John 

7:40-52 



Saturday 

Galatians 

4:1-4 



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OF WORSHIP EVERY WEB( 



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KING^ GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Q4ow meeting in tl)e King's Gnat 
Elementary School) 
RaynHmd C. FUtton, Partor 
9:50 A.M.— Sunday School. 
HM A.M.— Morning Worsh^ 



MlTOOMPr CflURCR 

Ormt Neck Road. Omaaa, Va. 
Rev. Lee H. 

9:45 a.m.— Ctafth SAool 

11.00 a.m. — Morning WorAte 



LYNNHAVim 
PRKBYTERL<kN CHUIKS 

LyiHihaven Village 
1^. Marimi R. WeM>, Jr., Mi^hto- 

9:45 afli.— Church School 
11)00 a.m. — Morning Woi^ip. 
6:30 p.m.— YouUj FeltowshipL 
6:30 p.m.— PionMr Fdlowwp. 
7:30 pjn. — Evening Worthy. 



Thalia Trinity 
PRfSBYTElOAN CHURCH 

Now meedi^ fai the 
Th^k Elenenmry Sdiool 
Irvtag R. »vbbs, MiiMar 
9:30 A.M.— Momlog WorAq) 
10:45 A.M.— ChuiYdi School 



IQaa tor) 
FRIENDS MEETffIG 
LASKINRD. 
MS A.M.— Sia^ School 
U.-00 A.M Hiath^ te 

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Sr. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

OceMa, Va. 
Iter. D. P. FeKoB, 

f:30 a.m. — l^nday Schod. 

IIM — ■■ ' - 



ROSrS 5^10-25c STORES, INC. 

3*9 3M St. A 19«1 AOiafk Aveaao 
Yofff Aonsiae (^ter 



RUSSELL & HOLMES 

"Wtoc Aenhc Is a 
1988 AUaatk Avcaae VirgUi Bsach 

GA 8-4381 . 
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eiaclrical CoMractors — Geaend Rtpaln 

fihMse, Craimeretel WIrtag — L^ tbOmaa 

An>HaBce Rapahlng 

6M . 17tk Stoee^ Va. BMcb— Phoae 42S^711 



CAVALIER GARAGE 

JOHNNY DUDLEY 

Oftraetfy BdUnd Hotel 
Mapaadeafly Operated 
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Dial GA 8.2U1 ViqUi Baaek 



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Tdephoac GA 8-4232 Vh|t«i. Beadi 



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M7 EAST UmM CREEK RD. 588-5471 

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VA. BEACH AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 

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The Mixing Bowl 
ITS 3un TO COOK 

By LUCILf CLARK 
SUN-NEWS FOOD EDfrOR 



WtSSm 



Supper For The Night 
Before Christmas 




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Tls tha night before Christmas 
... the tree is dewrated and Um 
stockings are hvng! Before it's 
time for the "to all-a-good-night", 
serve a flreslia supper for a Jolly 
finale to a joyous evening. 

Delight all with a soup 'a saad- 
wich meaa oa an attractive aoap 
tray. Arrange pr«tty white bowls 
of hear^ and warming caaned 
eondeaaed ehili beef soap on a 
grsen or red tray. Include, too, a 
Christmaa-y garnish tor the soap 
. . . sour cream laced with chopped 
stoXed olives. Colorful end flavor- 
ful, this hearty soap will please 
all of SanU's he^an. 

Small "party-type" saadwtehes 
are perfect go-aloags. Prepare an 
assortment of fancy rolls and 
breads. Chopped hard-cooked egg 
and avocado od packaged pan 
rolls . . . chive cream cheese on 
party rye with a garnish of, 



pimlento ... are Jest a tew svff> 
gestiona. 

Complete your Christmas em 
supper with a slmpla tat feMlt* 
desMrt . . . al ieaa ^ tmit Mkt 
. . . and deml-tasae. 

Christmas Eva Smip Bmvl 
1 eaa <il ounces) fwadinsed 

chill beef soup 
1 seup can water 
% cm> aoar erean 
1 taUaepooB ehop^et atalM 

OliVM 

ComblM mmp ud water. Hm*. 
stirring aow and tbaa. Maaawkflib 
blend soar erwuB aai dMwi| 
olives. Spoon m t<9 tf mA anip^ 
Ins of aoap. Makaa t ta I a^vlMi. 

Ess And Avaeada tandwfclm 
Finely A09 tera«aMad afgib 
Add a litUe lemmi Jatea^ salt uA 
pepper; moisten with maytimBatta. 
Add minced avoaada Qprsai an 
split packaged par^ rriia. TaA 
in a bit itf tettaesu 

Out ot Idaho's bean bags and ymir scrap bag Caaes Bfarrir ihm'^ 
Clown with a partner or three. Fun to make while (finiMr's R»t-o- " 
Beans slow-bakes imattended, sending its tantalizing tnmaem 
all over the house. Tliese Baked Beana have sonethii^ idb^^eaa*-^ 
not be Ijought — the flavor of Home! * 'J 

The bean "receipt" is traditional except for Iba VM «l Usto- I 
grown large white Great Northern varMr ^ dried baam. Sotat- 
time, break with tradition and use innffaMnf Uaho'k di ^i f l ri Pinto 
beans, a flavor treat indeed. ^/^ 

Old-Tl e Pot-O-Beaaa 

2 pounds (4 and % oqie) Idaho Great Northern Betta^ vashed 
' ' and soaked 

2 medium onions, chopped (1 cup) 2 teaspoom dry tnottetd 
^k pound salt pork 2 teaspoons salt 

% cup brown sugar 1 cup molasses 

Wash beuu; add 3 quarts water. Bring to boiling point raimily. % 
Boil 2 minutes only. Add % teaspoon axia. Cover; let staid 1 hour.' * 
Or soak overnight in measured amount of cold water and the Kxla. 
Either method— bring to boiling point in the soakihg watar. AdcL^ 
2 tablespoon^ salad oil or butter to cut down foanu Reduce hoiSv 
cover and simmer until beans are tender but firm, aboat 1 \ma^ 
Using a slotted spoon, place beans in cooking pot in altemata layoa^^ 
with chopped onions and the salt pork cut in %-inch ^eaa. , ^ 

Mix together remaining ingredients with the bean liqukL "Boatj^ 
over the beans, adding enoit^ boiling water so tiiat beans ara* 
covered. Put on the tight-fitti|ig Ud or foil aid lid. Bake in a 
250 degree F. (slow) oven for 8 hours, adding some boilli^ wat«r ^ 
if beans are not quite covered. Just before serving, remove Ud; *• 
raise oven heat to brown surface. Makes 12 hearty serviz^s. 
Yours for the asking: If you would like a patt«ii for tiw CUmrfe: 
Bean Bag, send a post card to Idaho Bean CommilSQa, 212 Caa« ^ 
tinental Uf e Bviilding, Boise, Idaho. 



Now doesn't that K)und good? 
Protetoly you're busy making a 
bean bag or two for the neighbors 
children and certainly while 
you're busy at it, the beans can 



be cooking slowfy for the hungry 
excited family — 

To you and yours a very 
Merry Christmas from Lucfl^ 



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i 3)— Sky King 

(10) — 8rt. PreatoB 

( 18)— Bun Boiwy 

( 3) — ^Do To« KJMW 

( 10) — Bullwinkla 

(l<l) — Marie T,iin<1 of Allakana 

( 3) — Newi >»bart Trvnt 

(10) — Liberty Bowl 

(I3i— M' rHand raaca 

r 3)— lloTte 

(13) — Amarioan Bvidttand 

(IS)— Brokan Arrow 

(10) — Top Star Bowll^ 

(13) — Cbamp. BowUnt 

( S)—yrL Football Klckoff 

(13) — North Soutli rootbaJl Game 

( 8) — NFL Football Kickoft 

( 8>-^NFL. Football 

(10) — CoUece Football BUrhUghta 

(10) — NFI< Football Hlfhlirhts 



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(10) — Dialinir for Dollan 
(IS) — ^LoTe That Bob 
(10) — ^Hawa 
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(10)— PMPto Win Talk 
(18)— Aim Sontheni 
(10)— NBC »ewa 
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THURSDAY EVf NINO 

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tl«»— Traltaiaatar 

• :M (10) — KBC Hewa 

4:80 ( U — ievan Iicwm Boota 

,<10)— XiAa Boom tor Itaddy 
S:«0 ( S)— Sewa at mn . 

(lOV— Poopdack Vm^pw't CtOb Ahov 
S:l» (13)— Mkter Xonae CMb 
S:06 ( 3) — Dr. Whltelmrat Bevorta 
S:10 ( 3)— <AdT«ntttree in Paradiia 
8:80 (10)— Hm^leberry Hooad 
0:00 (10) — tfewa M Stz 
6.0S (13) — tUrry Oorntte 
6-l0 ( 3) — ^»t« Bonndnp 
«S8 ( 8)— IT BrtwHw 

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806 ( 8)— -Wmthermaa 
8^ ( 3)— CBS Hewa 

(!•) — Hant^tlMiikl^ Bqwrt 

<1S)— MaiP^rit* 
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tiW ( 8)— i*aaaword, 

(10) — 'Tmpki HbfwNm 

(18)-4Vsttlaflaa 
8-.00 ( 3)— Baw^Ua 

flS) — Donaa Baad 9h«w 
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(10)— C«f>t. OtOlant 
(10) — AU Star WitMtlinr 
(10) — The Rebel 
(13) — Sea Hunt 
( 3) — Jac^la Olaaaoa 
(10) — Tk» Uentanant 
( 13) — Hootenann; 
( 3) — T»ie Defendei* 
(10) — Joejr Biahop Wtsw 
its) — Lawrence Walk 
(10)— Satnrday Ktlrkt at the VoTiaa 
( 3) — Phil Sllverg 
(13) — Deb Star BaO 
( 3)— GuUBmoke 
<13>— Make That Bvan 
( 3)— Nawc 
(10) — Newa 
( 3) — Weather 
(10)— Waathar 
( 3) — Sporta 
(10) — Sport! 
(IS)— Theatre IS 
(10) — TOw Movia 
( 3)— AU HiAt MoTtea 
(10) — MoTle 
(18) — BUI VnOj 
(13)— Theatre 18 
(10) — Newa 

(le— ThomAt For Todar 
(18)— sum 0« 



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sio (10)— OuM 

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10 #0 I 3) — tbe Htinei 

f (10)— 4napente llieatre 

I (1S>— noe Adana 
10 :W (13) — Course of Human Brenta 
a :|0 ( 3)— llth Hour Final 

( .1) — llth Honr Weather 
(13) — BiU Brady 
ll;tS (10)— Weather 

■ lis* — Wn B'irtv 
a:f6 ( ^) — Store AMen Show 
11:S0 ( 3) — ^Dr. Whitehurat Beporte 

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ll:iS (13>— Theatre 18 



1:00 (10) — Newa 
, . (13) — Sim Off 



. FRIDAY EVENING 

1:00 ( S) — Secret Storm 

(10) — T^e Match Game 

(13) — ^Trailmaetw 
4:W {10) — NBC Newa 
4:M ( 3) — iTanhoe 

(10) — Make Boom for Daddy 
1:00 ( 3)— Newa at Five 

(10) — Poopde^k Papnr'ii Club Ahoy 
5:00 (13) — Xlcker Monn Club 
6:06 ( 3) — ^Dr. Whitehurat Beporta 
6:10 ( 3) — Surfelde 6 
6:W (10)— -Super Car 
8:00^10)— Newa at 81« 
8:06 (13) — Harry Donrette 
8:18 '( 3^— Sports Roundup 
8:18 ( 3)— TV Beporter 

(13) — Won Corhrane 
8:tB ( 3) — ^Wealberraan 
0:31 ( 3)— CBS Newa 

•5 ( 10) — ^Huntley-BrlnklCT Eeport 

* ( 13)— Maverick 

f:dO ( 3) — ^Lee Marvin Show 

' (!•) — Bat Ma»t««oi> 
7:9 ( 3) — ^The Great Adrentnre 

I ( 10) — Intenrational Showtime 

« (13) — 77 Sunget Strip 
8:3fc ( 3) — Route 66 

1 CIO) — Bob Hiipe 

f (13) — Bnrke'g Law 
0:^ ( 3) — TwiUifht Zone 

* (JO> — Harrr'a 0»rl« 

1 (13)— (Wee b Blrtt 
10 -m ( 31— Alfred Hitohoock Hour 
lO-M (10) — Jwk Paar Show 

. (13)— Firtit of the Week 
10:48 (13)— Make That Spare 
11:(# ( 3) — llth Hour Final 

» I tm — Unrtt 'T. inrii Repon 

^ (13) — Murphy Martin 
11 :W ( 3) — llth Honr Wither 

(IS) — Bill Bra(tr 
11: IS ( 3) — Stere Alltsi Show 

fini — wtafha- 
11:80 (10) — Sporta 
U:g7 (13) — ^Shock neatre 
I » •«•. ( tm — ^Tnnirhi 
18:^ ( S)— MoTle 
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1;W (IS)— S^ Off 



SATURDAY 
MORNING 



■ :30 ( S) — ^Beaoa Caoedy Tbaatre 
/::mi hoi — ^Farni Show 
7:00 (10)— drde 10 Baach 

1 1 m — Pirate!! Den 

(18)— Tele»ne»e 
1:00 ( 3) — Captatn Kanraroo 
8:30 (10) — CLpUin 9hipwrae4 

(13)— Barker Bill 
8:00 ( S) — AlTln Shew 

(Ifl) — SniKT Ctr 

113)— Momlnr Mvrie 
f:30 ( .It — T*nn«wee Tuxedo 

(10> — ^P88 Enterpriie rtariitmai 

10:00 ( 8> — Quick Draw MeGraw 

(10) — Hector BaattcoUi 
WlR* «.-,»»«-»,.» «• ^ 

<I0)— FirriMl XI^ 
(18)— Jeta^ 
11*0 " iti — Wif Tm TIf 

(10) — ^Dmnte Ihe Mnnaaa 
(IS) — Oi^iM' l^rtoae 

<M)— «aB^ A <3a«li 



SUNDAY 

MORNING 

7:00 ( 3) — Snorlae SeiHatar 
7:80 ( S)- -Boio Oonedy 

(13)— Tieha- ramOy 
8:00 (IS) — Tlie airiatopken 
WrWI '1«<— Momlnr Wnrahlp 
SiSO (10) — 8a<3«d Heart 

(13) — ClilldreB'» Ooapd 
8:46 (10) — The Chri8toph«« 
9:00 ( 3) — ^Ballard of ChicMO 

(10) — ^Faith For Todar 

(13) — En Fiance 

B:80 ( 8) — Thii la Tha Lite 
fill) — Herald o* Truth 
(13) — Sunday "nifMUiw 
10:00 ( 3) — Lnmn 0nfo Wtf 

(10) — ^DSS SnterpHaa OhrlataM 

10 :M ( 8)— Look V9 Md Ut9 

11:00 ( 8) — Camera Three 
(10) — (Jhureh Sarlce 

IltSS ( 3) — ^honae nf Wnr^tp 
(10)— Lire and Imm 
(13)— Chriatmaa ftt)«ram 

I AFTERNOON 

12:00 ( 3) — ^Amatanr Boup 

(10)— T^HJte 
1*M J 3)— Face !%« VtatJiaa 

(10) — Inaicbt 
■ (13) — Di««0TaiT 
1:00 ( 3)— Hewa A Weatbar 
1:00 (10) — Btmdtf Show«aaa 

(18) — ^Haim^on baUtute Choir 
1:18 ( 3)— BowUnr Tlpa 
1:80 ( 8) — SpotUcht on SporU 
1:30 fl3>_PM,l 1Mat# 
1:46 ( 3)— HFfc FooHball Kiatott 
8:00 ( 3) — KTL FootbaU 

(13) — Maiip Raadi 
2:30U3)— Brave StalUtm 
3:00 (10) — KBC New* Sncora 
3:30 (13) — AFt. FootbaU 
4:00 (10) — Soaday 
4:30 (10> — ^T[«» aiar BowKiur 
4:60 ( 8) — ^Football Sooraboard 
6:00 ( 8) — nyinr Fidiennaa 

(10)— WQd Ktngdooi 
6:80 ( 3) — Probe 

(10)— S-E CoUere Bowl 

EVENING 

6:00 ( 3) — ^Twentieth Ceatnnr 

(10)— Meet T^e Praaa 
0:80 i s) — M, IM 

(10) — Amoi and Aady 
(13) — ^Maverick 
tHMI . ^>- ' .^ 

(10) — The Cksminv of Christ 
7:30 ( 8)— My Farorite Marttea 
'1I»>— Wat* nt.n.- 
(13)— Jamie MoPheetera 
8 00 ( 8) — Ed SulUran 
8M flO) — Grind! 

(13) — Arreat A Triid 
9:00 ( 3) — Judy Gariand 

(10) — Bonansa 
«••• r m — rivnw Ttieanv 
10:00 ( 3) — ^That Waa The Week That 
Wm 
(10) — Story of Chri»tn»aa 
(13) — ^Laiwha For Sato 
in .-JO ( 3) — Wh-f, itv Un^ 

(13) — Sunday Nlaht Morto 
n -00 ' 3) — H»rr» Rmmner 
(10)— WeekMd Newa 
(13) — Harrv Dorre«t«> 
11 :16 ( 3) — (nianrinr nmea 
'•^» '«•' •> 

11:16 ( 8)— Double FeMturea 

<I3» — rh>-.f ■ 
11:30 ( 3) — Double Featora 

(10) — Bi(r MoTle 
18:00 (13) — News 
12:36 (13) — Sitn Off 
• -n^ > lai v^wr 

1:10 (10) — ^Thourht For Today 



MONDAY EVENINO 

4:00 t 3) — Secret Storm 

(10)— The Match Gam4 

(13) — T-allmsHter 
4:25 (10) — ^NBC News 
4:30 ( 3) — Flyinir DotHor 

(10) — ^Mahe Boom for Daddy 
6:00 (13)— Mickev Monse Club 
6:00 ( 3) — New» at Fire — Ray Shouae 

(10) — Poopdeok P«)Py'« Club Ahoy 
B:05 ( 3) — Dr. Whltehnrst Reports 
6:10 ( 3) — Bronco 
5:30 (10)— flnlck Draw McOraw 
8:00 (10) — News at Six 
6:06 (1.3) — Harry Donette 
8:10 ( 3) — Sports Boundup — Jeff Dane 
8:16 ( 3) — TV Beporter — ^La Verne Wat- 
eon 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
6:86 ( 3) — Weatherman — Andy Roberts 
6:30 ( 3) — CBS News 

(10) — Huntley- Brinkley Beport 

(13) — ^Maverick 
7:00 ( 3) — Battle Ltee 

(10) — The IVteotiTes 
7:30 ( 3) — To Tell The Truth 

(10) — ^Monday N'iirht at the Mories 

(13) — OutM- Limit* 
8:00 ( 3) — IVe Got A Secret 
8:30 ( 3) — Lucy Shoy 

(13) — WairoB Tnain 
0:00 ( 3) — Danny Thomia 
9:30 ( .3) — AnrtT Griffith 
(10) — HollywofHl Stare 

10 00 ( 3) — Eaet Side /West Side 

(10) — SInr Alonr With Mitch 
(13) — Breaking Point 
10:30 ( 3) — Stump The Star* 

11:00 ( 3)— lltb Hotjr Final 

(10) — El»ven 0'(%K>k ReiNn* 
(1.3)— News 

11:10 ( 3) — Weather 

(13) — BiU Brady 

11:16 ( 3)— Steve Allen Sbow 
(10)— WaaUiM- 

11:80 (10) — Snort* 

11:26 (13) — Theatn IS 

1 1 :m 1 1 ni — To .ttrht Show 
1:00 (13>— «i(im Off 

(10> — Topic 
1:.30 (1(») — News 
1 :40 (1 (n — Thoushl for today 



TUESDAY EVENINO 

4:00 ; 3) — ^Secret Storm 

(10) — The Match GaoM 
{ 1 3) — Trailmaatar 

4:28 (10)— NBC New* 
4:30 ( 3) — ^l^aiU West 

(10)— Make Boom foi Daddy 

(18) — Dtseoveiy 
6:00 (18) — MUmmr M»a*e aub 
6:00 ( 3) Mawa aH FIt»— Ray Shoose 

(10> — F6v0iiK)s. Ph>W'» Club Ahoy 



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Berlin Classic Is Beach Movie Here Wednesday 



Irving Berlin's "White Chris*- 
mas," one of the most popular 
musical attractions in screen his- 
tory, returns next Wedn»day to 
the Beach Theatre to delight aud- 
iences anew. 

Photographed in Vista Vision 
and Technicolor, the spectacular 
production culminated almost a 
decade of planning by Irving Ber- 
lin, acknowledged toy critics and 
public alike as America's greater 
writer of popular %ttgs. It ijsmm 
two of our finest entertainers — 
Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, 
and further features the warm 
song styling of Aosemffiy Clooney 
and the stunning dancing of 
Vera-Ellen. 

Directed by Academy Awanl- 
winner Michael Curtiz, "White 
Christmas" contains more lavi^ 
production numbers, more beau- 
tiful girls, more wonderful laughs 
and more warm, human dnusia 
than a half dozen other films 
wrapped into one. The songs, 
which are rated among Berlin's 
best, include "White Christmas," 
"Count Your Blessing Instead of 
Sheep," "Love You Didnt Do 



8:03 ( 8) — Dr. Whitehurat Bqmrts 
6:10 ( 3) — ^Follow The StiB 
6:30 (10)— Tod Bear 
8:00 (10) — Newa at Stc 
8:05 (13) — Harry Doraetta 
8:10 ( 3) — Sporta BonnAip 
8:15 ( 8)— TV Beportar 

(IS) — VUm Cot^rana 
6:85 ( 3) — Weathwman 
8:30 ( 3)— CBS Newa 

(10)— Htrntky-BrinUiV BcvoH 

(13)— Maveridc 
7:00 ( S)— The Salilt 

(10)— BifleBwn 
7:30 (10)— Mr. Novak 

(13) — Combat 
8:00 ( 3) — Red Skelton Roar 
8:30 (10)— Bediffo 

(13)— McHalea Navy 
9:00 ( S) — Petticoat JubcUob 

(10) — ^Richard Boone 

(18) — Greatest Show on Bvth 
0:30 ( 3)— lack Benny 
10:00 ( 3) — Garry Moore Show 

(10) — Bell Telephone Hour 

(13) — Fnritlve 
11:00 ( 3) — llth Hour Final 

'in) — »!1e»»n O"'^"^-' It e m w 

(13)— Murphy Mar«hi 
11:10 ( 3)— llth Hour Weathav 

(13) — Bin Brady 
11:15 ( 3) — Steve Allen Show 

(13)— Messiah 
11:80 (10)— Sports 

I •#■• in ■' -^• 
18:00 (10)— Mldnirht U«m 
18:16 (13) — Christmae Ere Maas 

1:00 (1.1) — Sim Off 

1:30 (10)— Newa 

1:40 (10)— Thought for today 



Beport 



WEDNESDAY EVENINO 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Stona 

(10)— The Matdi Same 

( 1 3) — Trallm aster 
4:85 (10)— NBC News 
4:30 ( 8)— Rescue 8 

(10)— Malie Boom for Daddy 
6:00 (13)— Mickey Mouae Clpb 
6:00 ( 8) — News at Five 

(10) — Poopde-k Pappy's CJlnb Abo* 
6:06 ( 3)— Dr. Whitehurat B«wrta 
6:10 ( 3) — Ston«>T Burke 
8:30 (10)— -Astroboy 
6:00 (10) — News at Six 
6:06 (13) — Harry Dorrette 
6:10 ( 3) — Sports Roundmi 
6:16 ( 3) — TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron Cocfaraaa 
6:86 ( 3) — Weatherman 
e:30»( 3) — CBS News 

( 1 0) — Huntley-Brinkley 

(13) — Maverick 
7:00 ( 3)— Blorraphy 

(10) — Arthur Smith BhOW 
7:30 ( 8) — Chronicle 

(lot — The Vlryinian 

(13)— Orzte A Harriet 
8:00 ( 3)— Public Service Film 

(13) — Patty Duke 
8:30 ( 8) — (?lynls 

(13) — Paarmers Danthtt^ 
0:00 ( 3) — Bcvprly HlllhllliP- 

(10) — Amalil A the Nirht Viaitors 

(13) — Ben Casey 
0:30 ( 3)— Dick Van Dyke Show 
10:00 ( 3) — ^Danny Raye Show 

( 1 0) — Eleventh Honr 

(18) — Chahninrr 
11:00 ( 3) — llth Hour Final 

I !•) — mioi'm o'cinr-k Repas- 

(13) — ^Murphy Martin 
11:10 ( 8) — llth Hour Weather 

(13)— Bin Brady 
11:15 ( 3) — Steve AUen Show 

(10) — Weather 

/is> — T.o'-«l Ni>WB-Weather-Sp«' 
11:80 (10) — Sports 
11:86 (13)— Theatre 13 

1:00 (13)— Slrn Off 

1:00 (10) — ^New* 

1 -30 (10> — Newn 

1:10 (10) — ^Thouglit For Today 



CIVIC CENTER 
ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE 

Dec. ^ — DeMa Signui llieta 

Dance, 9-1 a.m. 
Dec. 21 >— ItoUer Skating 1-4 p.m. 
Dec. 21 — Catwret Teen 9-12 p.m. 
D«:. 22 — Roller Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. 24 — I^x>fe89ional WresUii^ 

6 p.m. 
Dec. 25 — Closed ftw Onisfanas 
Dk. 26 — ItoOer Skattng 14 p.m. 
Dec. 26 — Roller Sks^ag 8-11 

p.m. 
Dec. 27 — Roller Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. 27 — Mod, Inc. Dance 9-1 

a.m. 
Dec. 28 — Roller Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. ^ — Norfdk Fui^^fl Dir- 

edors 9-1 a.m. 
Dec. 29 — Rdler Skating 14 p.m. 
Dec. m — Roller Sfc^i^ 14 p.m. 
Dec. m — ItollCT Skating 8-11 
Dec. 31 — New Yess't Eve Cab- 
aret Teai <by WGH) 8-1 a.m. 

pjn. 



Right By Me," "Sisters," "The 
Beirt Things (Happen While You're 
Dancing," "Choreography" and 
"Gee, I Wish I Was Back in the 
Army." 

For Bing Cnwtoy, "White Christ- 
mas" spelled a happy reunion 
with the man who wrote his big- 
gest hit of all time. The Groan- 
er's recording of "WhKe Christ- 
mas," which he introduced in the 
film, IHoliday Inn," has sold more 
than 10,000,000 copies to date, and 
continues to out-sell many rec- 
ording^ of newer songs. Crosday's 
aniHiid royalty from this record- 
ing i£lone amounts to bett^ than 
^,000. 

In Danny Kaye, Crosby found, 
the ideal co-s*ar. World renowned 
for his daoling comedy tal«its, 
Kaye complements Crosby per- 
fectly in the song-and-danoe num- 
bers they share in "White Oirirt- 
mas." JKaye also recently scoi^d 
success in a similarly wacky role 
in Paramount's "On the Double." 

^•White Christm^" casts Cros- 
by and Kaye as war-time buddies 
who become ^ow business part- 
ners «pd sear to ^ardom. Danny 
is a woman duaer, but Bmg is 
too involved in his work to think 
aboirt the distaff side. That is, 
until they meet a siiSter act, Rose- 
mary Clooney and Vera-Ellen. 
The boys are smitten by the lovely 
pair and follow them to a Ver- 
mont inn where they are booked 
for the Christmia holidays. 



Current News 



Live 



On NBC-TV 



"R»t Was the Week Tliat 
Was," a satirical revue of topi- 
cal comment on practically any- 
thing and anybody currently in 
the news, and which was highly 
acclaimed for an unprecedented 
live NBC-TV preview 'Nov. 10, 
will be broadcast live on the NBC 
Television Network each Friday, 
9:30 to 10 p.m. <ESl, beginning 
Jan. 10, it was announced today 
by Mort Werner, Vice President, 
Programs, NKJ-TV Network. 

Leland Hayward is eJDecutive 
producer of the new series and 
Blarshall Jamison is producer. Mr. 
Hayward and Mr. Jamison served 
in the same canacities for the Am- 
erican preview of 'That Was the 
Week That W;??" which iispired 
favorable editor il comment from 
many of the nation's leading news- 
papers, drew enormous praise 
from TV editore and critics across 
the nation, and resulted in NBC- 
TV receiving over 10,000 letters 
and telegrams from viewers in 
praiM of the program. 

" 'That Was the Week That 
Was' had been originally sched- 
uled for NBC-TVs 196445 sea- 
son," Mr. Werner said. "^However, 
the overwhelming acceptance by 
critics and viewers of last month's 
preview indicated a readiness and 
desire for presentation of the 
series as soon as possibl." 

"That Was the Week That 
Was" originated in Britain and is 
in its second TV sea<5nn there 
It is referred to as 'TWTWTW" 
or "TW3" for short. Its special 
formula has been summed uo as 
a "healthy, enouirin? irrever- 
ence," and this formula will be 
inlected into the NBC-TV series, 
according to Mr. Havward. 

" 'TW3' is based on two philo- 
sophical queries: What happened 
and is it a laughing matter?" Mr 
Hayward said. "It wiU be very 
timely as to content, and for this 
reason we wont know exacrtl? 
what we'll trv to make you laugh 
at until as close to air time as we 
can eet bv with." 

"That Was, the Week That 
Was" will be produced by Lei and 
Hayward Productions Inc.. in as- 
sociation with the NBC-TV net- 
work. 

TTie new program will replace 
"Harry's Girls," currently tele- 
<aA in the Friday tinK period. 



K hasn't snowed in Vermont all 
season, and tlw inn is going bank- 
rupt. Just as the sisters are about 
to be cancelled it turns out that 
the innkeeper is the boys' former 
Army general. Bing and Danny 
step in to insure the general a 
successful season by putting on 
their own show. 

The more than twenty musical 
numbers in "White Christmas" 
were choreographed and staged by 
famed Broadway dance director 
Robert Alton. Robert Emmett 
Dolan, whoM composing-conduct- 
ing of top movie music has won 
him many Academy Award nomi- 
nations, serwd as producer. Nor- 
man Krasna, Norman Panama 
and Melvin Frank wr<yto tiie 
Kreenplay. 

Some of the sets for 'Wiite 
Christmas" were among the mort 
eMorate ever built in Hollywood. 
Lavish night club interiore and 
the Vermont inn, complete with 
lands^ing and bams, are out- 
standing examples of the time and 
money put into makmg ^ film 
one of the biggest in the history 
of the motion picture industry. 

"White Christmas" was the first 
motion picture to be photop-aph- 
ed in Vista Vision, the revolution- 
ary process that enables viewers 
to see large-screen projection 
with complete, vivid, razor-sharp 
clarity. Technicolor further enhan- 
ces the- electrifying effect of the 
special process. 



Roberta Pel 



On CBS Yule 
Show Sunday 

A fall-hour special broadcast of 
Chrirtmas mu^c and poetry, 
"...To Men of Good Will," fea- 
turing Metropqlitan Open so- 
prano Robeita Peters as Miolst, 
will be pr^ented Sunday, Dec. 
22 10-11 a.m. "SSt on the CBS 
Television N^work. 

The nniacal portion will con- 
sist of Hugo Wcdfs oratorio 
"Christmas Night" and Vivaldi's 
"Gloria," performed by the 40 
Camarata Singers under the dir- 
ection of Abraham Kaplan and 
the CBS Symphony Orchestra 
conducted by Alfredo Antonini. 

Poetry inspired by the spirit of 
the brotherhood of man, from 
medieval times to the pre^nt, 
will be read on tee program which 
will be presei^d s^dnst a back 
ground of rdigious paintinp by 
Andre' Girard. 

". . . To Men of Good WOl" will 
be directed by Ro^r Englander 
and produced by Pamela Dott, 
Director of Religious Broado^ 
for the Public Affairs 0^»rtotent 
of CBS News. 




*. «***•**•**************•*•• 




* T.M. »n. t A W. OB. ^Nt Brwwn Cosisici;, M M a i MH s . Hm» M<»^ NswIH. Xm'Hittm ** 



^^Prom All of Us to All of You," I 
a special Christmas program fea- 
turing cartoon favoritoi from 
Walt Dtaiey's Animation library, 
will be presented on "Wdt Dis- 
ney's Wonderful World of Color" 
Sunday, Dec. 22 ^fflC-TV color 
Aow IM^'M p.m. lEST). 

Host Jiminy Cricket openp Uie 
holiday program with Chr^nas 
greetings ttma. Dimey's cartoon 
characters. Donald Duck and Chip 
'n' Dtfe take over in a farei<3d 
; using Christmas (oy£ 



I»rt of the show is cte^ted to fuU 
sepMnts from Dtewy's feature 
length cartooiMH- "Peter Pan," 
'^mnAi," 'IPinocchio," "Lady and 
the Tramp," "and«relli" and 
"Snow Whtte and the Sewn 
Dwarfs." In toeing with the spi- 
rit of the Mason, tiM emphaas is 
on gay sceMs: iBan^i learns to 
ice skate, Cinderella geto a new 
dr«M, Snow WhMe gives a i^y 
and other hoUtey mffcmAs. 

"mom AU of Us to All of You" 
was directed tor Walt Din^ by 
Jack Hannah ami Wol^g 



large Reitlwrman. 



Virginia Beach Theatres 



BEACH 

25th & Atlantic 

^— ^^^— ^r— — ^MS» 

■■ ■ ' I ia^M " « " -W . ,1 II. II ■ Pl — MW 

Today, Dectmber 19 

GIANT 

Rcx:k Hudson 

Elizabeth Taylor 

FMturw: 1:l(k 4:50, fl:10 

mmmmi^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 

FRIDAY & SATURDAY 
DKEMBER 20 - 21 

WHITE CHRISTMAS 

Bing Crosby 

Danny Kaye 

Features: 2, A, 6, 8, 10 

SUNDAY, MONDAY 

& TUeSDAY 

DECEMBER 22 -24 

SUMMEK HOLIDAY 

Cliff Richard 

Laurl Peters 
Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

WEDNESDAY, THURS., 

FRIDAY & SATURDAY 

DECEMBER 25. 28 

TAKE HER, 
SHE'S MINE 

James Stewart % 
Sandra Dee 

Feitnra: 2, 4, C, t. It 



BAYNE 

17th&Atlaiitic 

TODAY, FRI. ft. SAT. 
DECEMBER 20 -21 

Double Featura 

MISSILE MONSTER 



MAVERICK QUEEN 

SUN. & MON. 

DECEMBER 22 -23 
Doubl* FMtur* 

'' THUNDER ISLAND 



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TUESDAY, WH>NBDAY 

t THURSDAY 

DECEMBER 24 -26 

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Deep-Dip rustproofing, Double-Safety 
BnUoo, AcNimcd Unit Comtrwi^tion. 



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Watch the Danny Kaye ShtMr on CBS-TV, Wednesday evenings ' 



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Acaeuiiv* Omuntttie of Vlrsuiia 
ImA m Oe«emi»er 18. iM3, M 
City Mall, Virgmia Be»eh, Viigin- 
ta, it iMi m^wd that a Wmary 
©eottw fci haW m April 7, ySH, 
for HtMOmiMw ^ «b^Mm 
for tha OwncU of te <^ of 
Virtfnta Bm<A from toe Vuiinlt 
BeKft B«^g^ Md the candi- 



of ca^Mi^ ,^ 4i» Oialrattg 
of the Committee, nai^ttu thai 

8. 1964. 

^*inwii, ItenBOCT»Uc Oommitt^ 
' W-lMt 

«»«fcMWIALTM «rf VmoiNIA 

hi tiM CbHc's Offte* of 1fi» 

Circuit Court of tho iCity of ^n- 



• LMAL M)TKB 



tttt. 

B)C^ A. Saa^O^, Jr, Fl^titt 

V'iOiA ^M(MI ^lAisr 
S^PSON, Defei^Unt 

Tto <d>^ of thig mtit Is to 
obtain a <livor^ from tte bcHMls 
tf Matrimony fi^ tiM aid As- 
fendant. v^n te fpmm^ of 
D«WtMB tnA^MuM^r. 

lid an aCQdavit having Imm 
mHlf Mi ffl^ IM tiw d^ndul 
is a noa«Mi<tet of ^ S^te erf 



Tbmb 

^l^"*w ^^* IWH^^^W Www 







cMon wImts It ft Uttund serf*, Mrnt oHrac. 
tly« divMvndt ami Is roodlty available th« 
inem«iU yo« §oy tht word . . » of pcB-. 



Accoufrti biwrsd up lo $10,000 



VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SaTings and Loan Association 



210 - 25tli StrMi 



m mAt NOficB 

Vto^to, ^bt iiuit Imown p<^ of- 
floe addnie Mi^ 1S6-A <kean 
ft^ Ya^m B«^ Witfnia, it 
it MdMM ttHt^4M ^p&ff tere 
within ten (10) da^ aftir due 
puUicaticm hei^f, and Jb What 
nny te ne«Mry to |VNiA her 
bittn^ in. 0ki au^ 
A c<^— Teito: 

Pri^MS AmM ^itoi 
Vii#tia BMch, Ya^s^ 
JOim V. OTKTOISS, Oei* 
By: MARY M. msm D.C. 
12^4TH 

CwBmoiiwf Ift of VitghMt, h 
fti Ctafc*i Offlcc of die Omtt 
Cont off the €% of Vfa^rfa 
BeKh, on tfie 10th ^ of Do- 
fmrtrfr 1963. 
GECmGE ANTON SOIAE- 
FER, Plaintaf. 
against 
PATRICIA MAE SCHAEFER, 
Defcndurt. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Mensa Et 
TTiOfO to be merged into a Di- 
vorce A Vincuto Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertiwi. 

And an affidavit haviM ^ee| 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a ncm-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: General De- 
livery, San Diego, California, 

It is ordered Chat she dk> a|>- 
pcar here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necsmry to jwd- 
tect her interest in this suit 
A CMiy — ^TMte: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

12-12-4TH 

ANNOUNCEMENT^ 



10 Spociai Notice 



fkom GA 8.9991 



CUSTOM TYPIN<J SEKVICE — 
All types of typing to order: 
manuscript, business letters, en- 
velope ad(^ssing, stencils, ed- 
iting by English majore-colle^ 
graduates. U you need secre- 

• tarial service occasionally, even 
a single letter, let us take care 
of your work. Rates on request. 
Call GA 84355, 211 70th St, 
Virginia Beach. 



11 Trantportation 



A & P Driveaways Inc. — ^We will 
deliver your car to or from any 
city. Oarefully selected drivers. 
(M 625-0804. 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, Decen^er 1^1963 



Page 7-1 




428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



BtSINESS SERVICES 



90 j^pylimai Sorvic— 



VACUUM CLEANBRS-Ho^wer, 
Sates ami s^^ce. Promi^ ef- 
fluent reiwirs. Pick up and 
d^wery. Phone GA 84222. 
Fuel Feed & Building Sup- 
pUoc lae. 



MERCHANDISE 

1 90 ArticI— f Of Solo 

TELEVBION— AU makes. Used. 
R e c n dftioned. Guaranteed. 
Prom f SO. Budget Terms. Bev^ 
Services. 4^7021. 



31 Building — Ro|Mirlni~ 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrical — Air Conditioning 

PMNCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Phone 4:^2660 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Holp Wantod— Femalo 



M^oil Records Librarian. Full 
or part time. Contact Adminis- 
trator, Generri Hospital of Vir- 
^a Beach. 



Church secretary and general of- 
fice worker. Monday thru Fri- 
day. 8:30 to 4:30. Call GA8-9573. 
Apply Pacific Avenue and 40th 
Street. 



UVESTOCK-PETS 



ro Oogf — Cats — Othor Pott 



POODLE PUPPIES — Elegant, 
black, standard. AKC register- 
ed. Ready for Christmas. $96. 
Call 428-«0e4. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articio* For Salo 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posrts, with four lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete 
Phone GA 8-4222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply, Inc. 



PIANO^-^Used. Spinets, Grands, 
Uprights. Concert Piano Tuner. 
James A. KeUy. Call 428^237 
7-9 a.m. and 8-11 p.m. 



SURFBOARDS. New and used. 
Ideal Christmas gifts. See at 206 
28th St., Virginia Beach. 



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H^>MAKI 



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Tiresfone 



.-•^ii 



YOUR 
CHRISTMAS 
HEADQUARTERS 



TRImENDOUS values on BIKES-TRIKES-WAGONS-ACCESSORIES 



SPEED CRUISERS 



7ire$fotic 



SI 



500" BICYCLES 



CemferiobU 

Two-Tono 

Saddle 



Gleaming 
Chrome 
Fenders 




Double 

■raced 

I Front Fonder 




'^JM<^ 



^SANTA'S 

EXTRA 

VALUES 



Glfornhg 

Chrome-plated 

Fenders and 

Rims 



Two-Tone 
Cushion Saddle 



Chrome-plated 
Handle Bars 



Triple-baked Flamboyant Finish 
with Gleaming Chromf Trim 



Big, Sturdy 

Luggage 

Carrier 



<i 



SEE US FOR 

ALL YOUR 

BICYCLE 

ACCESSORIES 







Just Say "Charge It!' Clioose -Your Own Terms • Weekly • Semi-iVlonthfy * Monthly 




SALES & SERVICE 



401 31st Street 

VA. BEACH 



1772 Va. Beach Blvd. 

OCEANA 



8825 Military Hwy. 

NORFOLK 



93 Houtohohl Gee^ 



APPLIANCES 

FREEZER 

Amana 16 on. ft. Upri^t Re- 
possessed — Used 14 months — 
Sold new $495.00— Reduced to 
$248.00. Easy terms. 

AUTOMATIC 

WASHER 

Maytag — ^R»;onditi<»ed guards* 
teed 1 year parts and service — 
beautiful condition — goes at 
$99.95 to first caUer. 

AUTOMATIC 

DRYER 

Frigidaire Electric. BelcMiged to 
millionaire who only dried hand- 
kerchiefs — Steal it from us for 
$69.95. 

GAS RANGE 

Magic Oief — 36". You won't 
believe it's been used, but it has. 
Make us an offer at $50.00. 

PRICE'S, Inc. 

HILLTOP 

VA. BEACH, VA. 

TEL. GA 8-3514 



ANTIQUES — Handcarved wood- 
en duck decoys; cobblers 
bench, saddle seat; steins, in 
china and pewter; iobaeco cut- 
ters; coffee grinders; pitchers 
and bowls, different shapes and 
sizes; Imari, Rose medallion 
punch bowls, plates. Jean N. 
Miller Antiques, 518 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-1250 after 6 p.ni. for 
special appointment. 



IBUFFET— Solid cherry, distressed 
finish, 52" long. Bought at 
Willis Wayside. Like new. $150. 
Terms arranged. Phone 341- 
2737 evenings, Satunlay and 
Sunday. 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for every 
room in the hou»». $4.95 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture. 17th & Baltic. 

Refrigerators, freezers, stoves, 
living room furniture, clocks, 
rugs, books, bedroom furniture, 
paint, radios, mattressea, 
springs, porch furniture, metd 
cabinets, brie - a - brae, sofas, 
chairs, chests,^ linoleum. You 
name it — we have it and at rea- 
sonable prices and easy terras. 
Hii*z Bazaar, 227 First Ck)lonM 
Rd., Oceana. 428-7088. Open 9 
to 9. 



Furniture or aU kinds upholstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all «istom made and fitted. 
Hilltop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and s^ new 
and used fiimiture. 



RENTAL RtAL ESTATE 

TIP Apartments Unfurnished 

Two bedrooms. Heat and water 

furnished. Centrally located. 

_ Call 428-5254 after 6 p.m. 

CUSSIFIED DISPLAY 

INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

Brtfltow HardlB, Diret^eo 

313 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



WILLIAM KILLGROVI 

Instruction In 

Piano, Organ, AcedPiNeii 

JU 7-0466 - 428-7727 



MERCHANDI^ 



Ask Your Eyo Phyridon /UmuI 

TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia Beach's onhf 

OUHD OPTICIAN 

13«f LeskM Rood, Va. Booch 

Benan! H. McNi^nna, Bi^ 

GAidco8-M2a 



R&^TAL REAL ESTATE 



110 AiMrtmontt Unfomiihod 

APAimiSrrs — Furnished or 
unfurnished. All prke rmges. 
Cooper Reatty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Ni^Ks 42&8833. 

Two bednxmi. New unftmished 
a p a rtment. Gatewood Pavk, 
2213 Wolf St. $S0 per month. R. 
L. DeHart. 340-8&91, 340^11. 



24% ^reet. 2 bedro(Hns, Hvli« 
rocnn, dining room, lotdmi, 
bath. Fir^ floor. Yard. Convwi- 
ient to shopping. Reeson^le 
warily rent. GAfr€016, GAft- 
2143, owners. 



Ill Apertments Furnishod 



25tb Street, ^2 — 1 bedroom 
apartments. |^ yearly. C^ 
Jard Reaky GA 84666. 



furnished pnd imfumi^Kd one 

%o 4 bedroom hom^ and apait' 

ments. 9iort term or yiraiiy. 

Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 

anytime. 



OCEANA — Nice clean if^ fur- 
nished 2 room apartm^K! &S- 
nwdiate pc^session. GA ^030. 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efficiencies oxu- 
pletely furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can furnish ev- 
erything but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
8-9701. 

Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-ldtb Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities hir- 
nlshed. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 

One bedroom. Nicely furnished, 
very comfortable and home- 
like. Yearly rental to adults. 
HoUand, 411 22nd st. GA6^01 



Apartments furnished or unfur- 
nished. Nice for couples. 1 bed- 
room, living room, kitchen, and 
bath. Close to ^res. Water 
furnished $55 to ^ month. 
Call Doug Sesson^ real ^tate 
broker ,ownfir. GA8J8M3, 
GA8-9370. 

Three rooms, bath, furnished. 
Near shopping. Very reason- 
able. Suitable for service per- 
sonnel. 428-5016 or 426-2143. 
Direct from owners. 



416 ^nd St. Om and two be4- 
r m apartments. Electric 
^ve, refrigerator, and hot wa- 
ter heater in all apartments. 
Yearly rent. Water furnished. 
428-2724. 

CLASSIFIED DISPUY "^ 

AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



M \ ■ M< 



FINANCIAL 



HOME OWNERS 

Reduce Your BUb 

One Monthly Payment 



Auoxrsr 

S2000 
3000 



le TB8. 
FEB MO. 

$22.22 
33.32 



15 TR8. 
FEB MO. 

$16.88 
35.32 



The First and Second 

Mortage Services 
MA 2-9816 — 24 hours 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMQUNT-FAfT SCilVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA •7421 ANYTIME 



PROMPT HOME HNA-NCINC 
tlOME FEDEHAL SAVINGS 

ANP LOAN ASSOCIATION 

TOO BOUSN fTttCET • MOIiroUC 
•MM VlltCINM ai:*«M M.VB. 

Ar rw#M«a commii 



REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISUND 

Tidawatar'f Fiaast All 
Waterfront Community 

LOTS FOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CO. 
464-3051 Nights GA 8-9192 



fetNTAL teEAL gTATT 

111 Aoertmonts F'jmishod 



1-2-3 room apax^cwnts. f^&4125 
mfalO&. UtflitKi fumirfied. Sim 

Tide MotA Dial 428-1^18. 

■ — ■ ■ I ^. 

114 Houses For Root 



N(mTH END, Land sido— 2% 
bedrooms, bath, Uving room, 
kitohen and dining ar^, InHit 
porch, enclo^d rear psAio. i^- 
tremely high lot Foi^d warn 
air heating with humidifiM'. 
Fully furnished. |120 moirthly. 
Days 428-3997. Night 428-lim 



413 ><; 19th Street, bungstow. One 
bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
and bath. Screened porch. $45 
monthly. Call for appointmes^ 
GAfr6052. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 Houses for Sale 



NORTH ALANTON-^ bedroom, 

brick ranch with IVz baths, oil 
hot water heat, many extra fea- 
tures. On large corner lot — one 
acre plus. For information caB 
J. F. Peters anyUme 341-3232, 
11.54379. Goodman, Segar, 
Hogan. 



KING'S GRANT, 425 Cantebury 
Dr. Pay equity and assume 
F.H.A. loan. 3 bedroom, unfin- 
ished family roonft, 2 baths. On 
lake. Owner R. L. DeHart. 
340-8591, 34a«311. 



128 Real Estate Wanted 



LIST 

Your pix>perty for sale 

WITH 

FcH* quick a<^n a 

LOCAL 

And Succesfill 

AGENT 

Roknd Hyde, 4284110 

ni^rts 428-1490 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



OASSIFIED DISPUY 
BUSINESS SERVICES 



Phone 340-8850 
ATOMIC TV - RADIO 

Sales — Service 
L. H. Adams, Oviatt 
2404 Va. Besch Blvd. 

Londmi Bridge 



ESSO 



Ezcdieat oroortaoMy 'or vaUfied 
indiTidasI to tqicrale •■ estab- 
HAed Ugh volvac ttetion io tke 
Norfolk - Viigiiiia ~ 



Contact W. G. Johnson 
Days-MA 2-4301 
Nights-GA 8-8370 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERiNG 

Havt Raoftd And' Gutttred Vkgmm 
Beach For The Past 10 Yem 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commercial 

HousehoM 
Refrigeration 

LauBtfnHBati 
Dcikn for Wtetjoghn— 



Ekctriol CoBliac«« 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - nth Street 

Vfepfliii Beach 

ftone GA S.^71 



ALDRlDCt b <:HAMBERS. Inc. 



FXTERMINATOR SFk/iv.E 

PMONF 34 
\K( / Kt The Btu 



ADAMS »R0$. 
PLUMBING CORP. 

<8sri^ ViqWa leech ^mm 1934 

Plumbing and Heating 
Repair servre and suppliM 

v/arm air duet heating 
CIvysier Air OMiditicxMna 

WF SERVICE WHAT WE SOJi 

416-17th St, ^ GAMrn 
Vli^Ma Biadi 



Mi 



Vlitlnfa Beach SUN-h*WS, Tltur^ay, December 19, 1963 
pfd^S-B 

Wool Market Ooadline Near 



PRINCISS iW^NE — AD de- 
tails of marketing wool or lambs 
iwfl have to l>e completed not 
liter tiMin Deoeniber M in order 
b receive payments for the 1963 
MA^eting year, Mr. Chris Krah- 
iBbiB, Chainnan, Agricultural 
&ri}iHiaUon and Conservation 
(^mnritt^, pointed out today. 
WaiflB$^ags competed after De- 
OWria^ Bl, 1963 will be eligible 
ht pa^onente for tJw 1964 mar- 
Ming yiear. 

' As annwin^sd l^ the U.S. De- 
triment of Agriculture in Octo- 
b^ 1962, the 1963 marketing 
tthder the wool payment program 
igs been shortened to the 9-month 

io6 trom April 1 through 'De- 
er 31, 1983, in order to shift 
flte wool marketing year to a cal- 
endar-year basis. 

Ttjerefore, if any part of a sale 



Sity Farmers 
(let Together 

^Elected farmer representatives 
to Agricultural Stabilkation and 
Conservation Committ^s for Vir- 
ginia Beach and Chesaipeake met 
tm Wednesday night, December 4 
in Chesapeake for the first in a 
ttfies tof informational and se^ 
^^ gatherings for the coming 
year, 

Mr. Leiand E. Beale, Jr., the 
tt i c h mond repre^ntative for 
MSC in this area, presented some 
^ighli^ts of the Committeeman's 
|>art in National farm programs 
tad their administration. Mr. Sid- 
ney Chariton, County Chairman 
|f Chesapeake A^ ComAuttee, 
l^ks ca "The CMnmitteeman's 
Res ponsftUities". Norman T. 
Beal, Virginia Be«:h ASC Office 
Manager, summari^d the meet- 
ing and outlined the Committee- 
man's part in local farm pro- 
piWK in '19©4., 

Attending from Virginia Beach 
to addition to the Office Matager 
«nre: Chris Krahenbill Jenninp 
Furlou^ and Russell Dudley, of 
the County Committee; Geor^ 
Ferrell, Hartjld Jackson and Alec 
Brown of Kempsville Community; 
fei Uptwi, Norris Shirley and 
Woodrow White of Seaboard; 
Jfeavin WUliams, and Jiouny 
Bright of Pungo; and Harvey Gil- 
bert, Johnny O>rtos and Joe 
PecMk of Blackwater Community; 
also, E. R. Cockrell, County 

The C<Mnmitteemen are due to 
m^ again in a month to revww 
and s^ payment rates and ba» 
agreagfjs for mdividual farms in 
tteir communitws for purpc^es 
of the 1964 feed Grain Program. 
J^ Virginia Beach meeting pl»^ 
it antidpat^. 

Check Toys 
^or Safety 

% Qfake your C^rii^naas a merry 
(me for your children by buying 
only to^ -t^ch are safe, the Na- 
tional Board of Fire Underwriters 
•rges. 

Do not buy toys which could 
cause fire, shook or explosion, the 
BMrd sMs. Small children should 
not be permitted to play imattend- 
«l with toy space vehicles, air- 
J^hnes, automobiles or other toys 
Itat use kerosene, gasoline, car- 
l^te or hydrogen peroxide for 

Parerrts or other responsible 
;^ults should be around when 
children play witii electrical toys, 
diiemical sets or kits using chemi- 
^fs or electricity. 

In buying heat-producin? or 
etectrical toys it's a good plan to 
^y only those bearing the VI, 
Mel, says the Board. 



snimo? 

fiB4TING? 

•m LaratMB 
C«rp. 




LARASAN 

KCALTY ft INWRANCE COJIP. 

• 3461 Tb«h* U»A Mvd. 
riKMSC 34I-)M« 



VMk ft fame Ave^-n: 42M111 



of lamte or wool is not settled by 
December 31, the sale will not be 
considered as one taking place in 
the 1963 marketing year. This 
means that all the information 
needed to complete the sales doc- 
uments and show the net sales 
proceeds for wool has to be deter- 
nwied and available by December 
31 in ordfer to be eligible for wool 
program payments for the cur- 
rent (1963) marketing year. Under 
program regulations, wool is not 
marteted until tiUe has passed 
to the buyer, the wool ha^ t)een 
delivered to the buyer either phy- 
sically or through documents 
which transfer control to the buy- 
er, and all the information <price 
per pound, weight, yield, etc.) 
needed to determine the buyer's 
total purchase price is available. 

Payments for the 1963 market- 
ing year will likely begin in April 
of next year, after the program 
payment rates are determined, 
based on the average prices re- 
cived by producers for shorn 
wool sold in the 9-month period 
from April through December of i 
1963. Payments for the 1964 mar- 
keting year on marketings talflng 
place or completed after Decem- 
ber 31, 1963, will be made in the 
spring of 1965. 

Wool producers may file apoli- 
cations for payment for the 1983 
marketing year with ASC A coun- 
ty offices up until January 31, 
1964. 



Farm Landlord 
May Benefit 
Under S. S. 



It is now possible for a Iton 
landlord to receive socral i^curity 
credits even though his land is 
farmed by an unpaid agent. In 
tfie past, the acts of an unpaid 
agent in performing physital 
work, making management de- 
cisions, advising and consulting 
with tenants and inspecting tlw 
crops «)uld not be counted in 
establishing that the landlord 
materially participated in the 
farming operation. 

Formerly, a farm landlord who 
took no personal interest in the 
farming operation as a whole 
could ncrt report his net fawn 
profit for social security purposes, 
even though he might have fur- 
nished a substantial portion of 
the farming equipment and ex- 
penses of producing the crops or 
livestock. 

Farm landlords whose applica- 
tions for social security payments 
have l)een denied in the past 
should again see their local social 
security adminii^ration district of- 
fice if they have any questions 
regarding this new provision. 



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for the largest ocean vessels. In addition to the two tunnels there will be 
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VIRGINIA lEACH, VIRGINIA, MONDAY, DCCEMBER 23, 1963 



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Santa 



I have been a good boy. Ptoase 
bring me a two wbeele and a 
snmll toy. 

Mark 



Dear Santa Claus: 

I want a Drownie wallet iumI a 
Brownie trop number it is — inim- 
ter %¥b and a brownie doll and a 
brownies clothes and browles 
XaSd toaes fh(»es love Neven the 
•nd 



Dear Santa CUmi^ 

I tm counting the days to 
Chrifltmaa.*'! am a gx^ girl. I 
Uked my bicycte that I got last 
Christmas. Thank you lor all the 
other thhip you bioui^t me last 
^ear. for Christmas we are going 
to tie a rUMbion on Sybil's neck. 
We are going to make a stocking 
for Sybil. Please fill it/ I wonder 
wlMit I am going to g^t for Christ- 
mas. What are your helpers 
aan»s. The things I wapt tte 
btrt ane a watch, a horse stool and 
books. 

liove; iUi^ 



fh» SMito Clau^ 

Hy name is Th«»M...My 
te'other's are BUly and Mike tiiey 
btve been pre^ Good. I have 
been bett«- then them. I love you 
very much Mr. and Mrs. Santa 
daua. 

Witt Low, ThereM 




Dear Santo Ctou«, 

I lilM to have a Ken <^ and 
Ken s<Hne clothes ami and Tmy 
tb« wm wd watch the 4 fiiite 
0rowl and toach Miss 
Ti^ awf tit. l^Mmhc 
pttieBt h^ her frt irtU and a 
^ for BaiUe aiM )Q0ity Goi^ 
itta. and Fenny the INratfle aiMl 
Vi^aJ>ome ^oem Van with 4 
hones an^ ISSHV ^q^A-B^r asid 
Mouse trifl) game and Clancy the 
Gx«ar aiKl Meclnnical Marvels 
Ind Baibto e^mng outM ai^ bal- 
kJna outfit wd bride outfit. 

Ixwe Penny 



Dair Santo CtaiM, 

My rmm is Renee. I have a lit- 
tto iistor named Denise. We try 
to be good uid we would like to 
have scwne ^w toys for Christ- 
mai. Pleitfe remen^^ the child- 
i»n wlw do not have any toys 
waA please bring them some 
dothes. 

Love, Itonee & Denise 



Bonds Voted 
By Council 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ci^ 
Council ThursAiy approved the 
aide of f 1 milUion in ^neral im- 
provement bonds to a group of 
three inwstoent firms at an ef- 
fecUve interest rate of 3.222. ' 

The investn»nt group, the Hal- 
sey-Stuart and Smith Barney com- 
panies of New,Y«rk, and Mason 
k Co. of Richmond. 

Five bids were submitted ifor 
the bond purchase. The second 
bert bW was offers by Ander- 
son Strudwlck at an interest rate 
of 3.205. 

The bond sale will pay for land 
acquisition, highway equipment 
and other expenses. 

The action came at the close 
of council's final nweting of the 
year. During the session coundl 
also; 

• (loused an ordinance requir- 
ing private detective agencies to 
pay a city li(»nse tax. The reeula- 
tion also requires that the detect 
ives be certified by the Chief of 
Police and prohMts them from 
usii4; similar uniforms and insig- 
nia as do police pfficers. 

• Bisi«d an ord|mnce requir- 
ing bicyclists to register their ve- 
hicles with police and pay a $1 
fee. TIw regulation will become 
effertive Feb. 1. 

• necruired the licei^ng of 
pawnbrokers and secondh and 
dealers. 

• Required stricter regula* 
tions governing electrical installa- 
ttons in trailer {Mrla. 

Council approved a recommen- 
dation by the Departaient of Saf- 
e^ prohibiting left turns at the 
entomce to the Sbo*- Drive-in 




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DMf Santa, 

l^ase send me a watch for 
Christmas. And a box of Crayola 
Crayms that have 72 crayoM 
and a crayon sharpener. And a 
book of lizards. 

Love, John 



BMr Santa, 

1 want a helmet and a canteen 
and a tonwny gun and two hand- 
germide. and bring me and daddy 
,a Football, and bring daddy and 
Ifother a bowandarrow set. 
Love, Keith 



Dear Santa, 

I would like a Baibie please. 1 
would Uke a radto too. I would 
fflre a book about the Wizard of 
Oi. I would like a Ken with 
clothes please. I would like a bi- 
cycle with tramin? wheels pleaw. 
I would Uke a puppetrina olease. 
Ix>ve, Pam 



Dear Santa, 

I wish I could haw a Httle plav 
h«»3e that is 1 ft. tail. It would 
haw to nade of plartick though. 
I want it to be black with a white 
IHoe, tail and hoofs. I would like 
te legs looWng like they are run- 
iMng but can't even move. 

Do You really have reindeer 
tiMt fly? H you do will you bring 
me one to see. 

Sincerely, Susan 



Twifis The Night Before Chri^mas . . 



(Boice Photo) 



OLD TOYS CAN BE MADE USEFUL 



Tlus is the tisw of the year j something about it 
when organizations all over the " 
country are busy readying prepar- 

ations for holiday activttlei Qtift 

Thaatifriuit..)^3t £44iKtChinEkb:ealm.<^ Activity lo£«ffiany.^i^ 

~ rations and individhials is thit <rf 

rejttwnath^ wM iw» for <U«W- 
iHition to oi^iwi ana undeipriv- 
Oeged children. 



Dear Santa, 

I hope I will get a iiwnkey gun 
&it one thing 1 cant wait until 
Christmas becau^ I Hla dl your 
^ and I Uke aU ytwr seHs. Bat 
fli^ is the 1^0^ fting <tf all I 
love Sai^ and Santo lewe oe. 



peake Bay Bridge-Tunnel 

The measire was tdcen as a 
Bftfefy precaution due to the an- 
tkipi^ increase in traffic when 
the bridge4unnel opens in April. 
Coundl members said the theatre 
would be given time to re-adjuat 
its own q^rations so that the new 
requirement would not hurt bus- 
iness. 

City Manager W. RusseU Hat- 
chett was authoriKd by council 
to sign a contract with tiie engto- 
eering firm of Malcolm Hmie for 
a 14,000 survey of water Une 
needs in the older areas of Vlr- 
Iginia Beach. The moiwy will be 
provided by the witer fund in 
the cfty's bud^. 

Jr. Civitans 
Install New 
Club Officers 

Vra^JINlA BEACH — Tte Ju- 
nior Civitan Club of Virginia 
Beach High School instaUed new 
presi(knt Sk^er Lott at its an- 
nual banquet at the PineJTree Inn 
re(»ntly. 

Also hffitalted were Barbara 
Reed, vice-iaresident; Carolyn 
Bosher, secretary; Lynn Wolcott, 
corresponding secretary; Tommy 
Tarkington, treasirer; I>ebby Ay- 
ers, chaplain; and Jack Todd, 
sergeant-at-arms. 

The officers were instaUed by 
Duane Current, past Lt. Governor 
of the Chesapeake (District, Civi- 
tan International. 

The new officers then instaUed 
new members with a candlelight 
(^remony. New - members are: 
Bart Tlieberf^, Lyn Costenbater, 
Richard Nolan, Jimmy Batchditer, 
Helen Dubois. Perry Harschutz, 
April Ramey, Sara Stormont, Tru- 
dy WUUams, Archie Md)oweU, 
Mike KevUle, BUI Duckworth, Joe 
Small, Ragan PuUey., Tommy 
Bems, Wendy Parmer, ^isan Far- 
mer, Susan Brennan, Mariorie 
Jard, iNancy Jo Runyon, Laurie 
Fox, DlaM Strohkorb, Steplwn 
Michaels and Susan Walker. 

Among the ^ests were princi- 
pal J. M. Hetaier, famlty advisor 
Wni Jeter and Chedipeate Dis- 
trict chairman Alvan Aiulrewi. A 
spedai gu^ was fUchard Mc- 
An<lrew, UeutttMirt •Govenus', 
nteirator Am Jr. Ovttaiii. 



Some of the techniques used by 
these charity minded Santa 
Clauses can viwU be put to use at 
home to increase the Ufe of be- 
loved toys or to revive them for 
pacing on to brothers and ^ters, 
cousins, mlghbon and friends. 

The one child's toy that con- 
tinues to survive the tkn^ is the 
soft cuddly stuffed animal or doll. 
It is so dearly loved and so fre- 
quently ionttted that it doesn't 
tal» long Ua it to turn gray and 
sad and by adult i^andaitte, to 
teke on a ^neraUy disreputoble 
appearance. 

Then comM the time to do 

FIRM GIVING 
OUT CALENDARS 

VIROnsnA BEACH — The Vir- 
gmia Beach Lumber Company on 
N. Birdneck Road i§ distributing a 
Umited quantity of Town i^nd 
Country calendars estimated to 
CMt about $12 each, BUI Macdon- 
ald said today. 

"We are giving th^e beautiful 
calendars to our customers and 
friends on a first come, first 
served basis," he said. 

The Town and Country calen- 
dar features today's most wanted 
home designs plus home ideas 
from Better Homes & Gardens." 
It is also a calendar that wUl ap- 
peal to every handy man. The 
back of each of the 12 pages fea- 
tures one or more "Better Homra 
& Gardens" Project Plan designed 
for convenience and better living. 



It must be 
deaned, tucked away or cold 
faeartedly diat^rded. If you have 
lAd the Q^f oriune of oom^etely 
im^ m a<lored stuffed toy 
by attempting to wash it, or ^ 
you have a broken heart by doing' 
away with a cherished i*uffed 
toy, then you'U be interested in 
these step by step instructions for 
rejuvenating Md smudgy faced 
stuffed toys. Tba techniques were 
worked out by Com Product 
Company, makers of Argo ^ixm, 
Linit and Nla^ra laundry star- 
ches and NuSoft, the fabric sof- 
tener which among other things 
helps retain the cuddly softneffi 
of washable stuffed toys. 
Launderii^ Stuffad Toys 

The doll or animal: 

1. Brush well by hand or use the 
vacuum cleaner to renwve dirt 
or dust. 

2. Remove garment if po^ble. 

3. Be sure stuffed toy is washable 
before getting it wet. Some toys 
carry a "machine-washable" or 
"hand-washable" tag. If in doubt 
about the wa^bUity or if the tag 
has been lost, c^n a seam and 
check on the type of stuffing 
used. If it consists/)! multi-colored 
libera, various pieces of fabrics 
or a brownish colored cotton, 
chances are the stuffing wUl stain 
the covering if it gets very wet. 
for these toys, it is be^ to \rash 
by hand iBing a brush dipped In 
stiff dry suds then rinsing with a 
dean wet doth or sponge. 

4. If doU or aninaal has emtoroid- 
ered fadal features, test thK« for 
color fastness by laymg a damp 
white doth over the embroidery 



iron. If color transfers to the 
doth, the embroidery wiU not be 
fast to washing, and it is best to 
remove it, and then to re-embroi- 
d^ the fatce when tie toy i& cel^ 
and dry. 

5. Pretreat very dirty s^\& with a 
brush first dipped in Uquid de- 
tergent, a paste of soap or deter- 
gent and water or